By John F. McCabe, Angus Walls
This textbook covers all points of fabrics technological know-how correct to the perform of dentistry. it's aimed basically at undergraduate dental scholars, even though it can be priceless for practicing dentists, dental technicians and dental assistants.
The ninth variation has been largely revised to incorporate the numerous advances in dental fabrics and their use that experience happened prior to now 9 years. The chapters on Resin-based filling fabrics and Adhesive restorative fabrics were improved considerably with new insurance of fibre reinforcement of composite buildings and polymerisable luting brokers. a new bankruptcy has been extra on endodontic fabrics.
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Drug interactions None of importance in dentistry. Bumetanide (Burinex) Description A loop diuretic. Indications Oedema, oliguria due to renal failure. BUPIVACAINE Effects on oral and dental structures Loop diuretics can cause taste disturbances due to zinc chelation. They have also been cited as causing oral lichenoid eruptions. Effects on patient management Rarely causes bone marrow depression resulting in agranulocytosis (risk of oral ulceration and periodontal breakdown) and thrombocytopenia.
Both drugs are ulcerogenic and hence increase the risk of gastrointestinal bleeding and ulceration. The antifungal agent amphotericin increases the risk of corticosteroid-induced hypokalaemia, whilst ketoconazole inhibits corticosteroid hepatic metabolism. Bethanechol chloride (Myotonine) Description A parasympathomimetic. Indications Urinary retention. Effects on oral and dental structures None reported. Effects on patient management Bethanechol frequently causes transient blurred vision, and patients may require more assistance than usual.
Indications Used in the management of Parkinsonism. Effects on oral and dental structures Xerostomia and glossitis can occur. Effects on patient management Xerostomia may increase caries incidence and thus a preventive regimen is important. If the xerostomia is severe artificial saliva may be indicated. Parkinsonism can lead to management problems as the patient may have uncontrollable movements. Short appointments are recommended. Drug interactions Absorption of ketoconazole is decreased. Side effects increase with concurrent medication with tricyclic and monoamine oxidase inhibitor antidepressants.
Applied Dental Materials (9th Edition) by John F. McCabe, Angus Walls