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Written for dental professionals, the Second Edition of Lippincott Williams Wilkins' Dental Drug Reference quickly resolves questions and concerns that arise during patient consults, helping you design appropriate and safe oral health care treatment plans. It focuses on drugs that you're likely to encounter reviewing a patient's medical history as well as drugs that are prescribed for the management of orodental pain, oral infections, and common mucocutaneous conditions. A bonus CD-ROM offers all drug monographs from the handbook in an easy-to-use, searchable format plus printable monographs for inclusion in patient charts. You'll also find an image bank with full-color photographs to help you identify adverse drug effects and oral conditions.
Table of Contents
AHA Guidelines to Prevent Bacterial Endocarditis; ADA/AAOS Guidelines to Prevent Infection in TJR Client Following Dental Treatment
Instructions for CE Credits
How to Use This Book
Editorial Review Board Members and Contributors
Section 1: Clinical Medicine and Therapeutics
1. General Principles of Pharmacology 2. Adverse Drug Events 3. Medical Management of Odontogenic Pain 4. Medical Management of Odontogenic Infections 5. Medical Management of Selected Oral Conditions 6. Clinical Medicine 7. Management of Medical Emergencies in the Oral Health Care Setting
Section 2: Drug Information
A to Z Listing of Drugs
Section 3: Appendices
A. Drugs Listed by Therapeutic Category or Condition B. Abbreviations C. Herbal and Nutritional Supplements of Interest to Dentistry D. English/Spanish Dental Communication E. In-office Preventive Products F. Laboratory Values for Normal Limits