Date: 03/1999
Journal: J Am Dent Assoc

Purpose:   overview of drug interactions with analgesics and identifies those that are clinically relevant. Most highlighted Results:  NSAIDs and antihypertensives. •There is sufficient evidence to support an interaction between NSAIDs and three major classes of antihypertensives: 1.Angiotensin-converting enzyme inhibitors, or ACEIs, such as captopril 2.Diuretics such as furosemide 3.ß-blockers such as propranolol NSAIDs may attenuate […]

Date: 01/2008
Journal: J Am Dent Assoc.

Case 1 (mild CDAD ): A 48-year-old female received antibiotics (oral clindamycin) after undergoing endodontic surgery.  8 days after the antibiotic course, she had diarrhea, she took metronidazole, and her C. difficile infection resolved. Case 2 (severe CDAD): A 31-year-old pregnant woman developed severe CDAD after receiving antibiotics for a urinary infection. She underwent surgery […]

Date: 01/2008
Journal: Dental clinic of North America

Summary:  •The following are the goals of dental management before the start of cancer therapy: Eliminate or stabilize oral disease to minimize local and systemic infection during and after cancer therapy: •Short term:  Ideally, all patients should be returned to a stable, if not perfect state of dental health before cytoreductive therapy •long term:  the […]

Date: 05/2010
Journal: J Am Dent Assoc

Summary:   •Purpose: to determine if electromagnetic interference of cardiac pacemaker and implantable cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) activity occurs during the operation of electronic dental devices.  Materials/Methods: Pacemakers and implantable cardioverter-defibrillators (ICDs) are electronic devices that emit electrical signals and are sensitive to electromagnetic signals in the vicinity. Nine electronic dental devices in vitro to assess their […]

Date: 03/2007
Journal: Dent Mater.

•Purpose: To examine the potential cross-reactivity between raw gutta percha, raw gutta balata, gutta percha points and NRL proteins by the inhibition enzyme linked immunosorbent (ELISA) and the FITkit assays. • Materials/Methods: Different brands of gutta percha points, raw gutta balata and NRL gloves were obtained Samples were cut into 1–2 mm pieces. One gram […]

Date: 04/2006
Journal: Dent Clin North Am

Summary:  •Pregnancy is a dynamic physiological state evidenced by several transient changes. •The most common complaints include nausea and vomiting, nasal congestion, heartburn, alteration in taste and food cravings, hyperventilation, shortness of breath, and fatigue. •Physiologic changes during pregnancy: Increase oxygen demand. The liver has increased hepatic production of hormone-binding globulins and decreased albumin, resulting […]

Date: 02/2019
Journal: Int Endod J

Purpose: is to provide dentists and other healthcare workers with evidence-based criteria for when to use antibiotics in the treatment of endodontic infections, traumatic injuries of the teeth, revascularization procedures in immature teeth with pulp necrosis, and in prophylaxis for medically compromised patients . •Most endodontic infections are confined within the tooth and can be […]

Date: 08/2012
Journal: JOE

Purpose: to assess the impact of systemic diseases (diabetes (DM), hypertension (HT) and coronary artery disease (CAD)) on the risk of tooth extraction after NSRCT. N= 49,334 teeth treated with NSRCT. Excluded: Those with missing data or coding errors, deciduous teeth, and multiple teeth from 1 patient. Materials/Methods: •A total of 49,334 NSRCT teeth were […]