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Medicine relevant to dentistry 

Medicine relevant to dentistry
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Medicine relevant to dentistry
Author(s):

David A. Mitchell

, Laura Mitchell

, and Lorna McCaul

DOI:
10.1093/med/9780199679850.003.0012
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date: 19 January 2020

Contents. Anaemia. Haematological malignancy. Other haematological disorders. Cardiovascular disease. Respiratory disease. Gastrointestinal disease. Hepatic disease. Renal disorders. Endocrine disease. Endocrine-related problems. Bone disease. Diseases of connective tissue, muscle, and joints. Neurological disorders. More neurological disorders. Skin neoplasms. Dermatology. Psychiatry. The immunocompromised patient. Useful emergency kit. Fainting. Acute chest pain. Cardiorespiratory arrest. Anaphylactic shock and other drug reactions. Collapse in a patient with a history of corticosteroid use. Fits. Hypoglycaemia. Acute asthma. Inhaled foreign bodies. If in doubt. Management of the dental in-patient. Venepuncture and arterial puncture. Intravenous fluids. Blood transfusion. Catheterization. Enteral and parenteral feeding. Pain control. Prophylaxis. Management of the diabetic patient undergoing surgery. Management of patients requiring steroid supplementation. Common post-operative problems.

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