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Risks of general anesthesia for the special needs dental patient.
  • Z. Messieha
  • Medicine
  • Special care in dentistry : official publication…
  • 2009
The risk of dental rehabilitation under general anesthesia has multiple contributing factors. The literature has addressed the general anesthetic risk of dental general anesthesia and sedation in theExpand
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Special Care Dentistry Association consensus statement on sedation, anesthesia, and alternative techniques for people with special needs.
Many people with special needs (PSN) have difficulty having good oral health or accessing oral health services because of a disability or medical condition. The number of people with these conditionsExpand
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Five year outcomes study of dental rehabilitation conducted under general anesthesia for special needs patients.
We assessed the safety of general anesthesia for dental treatment of special needs patients as it related to American Society of Anesthesiology Physical Status (ASAPS) classification, procedure, andExpand
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Bispectral index system (BIS) monitoring reduces time to extubation and discharge in children requiring oral presedation and general anesthesia for outpatient dental rehabilitation.
PURPOSE Pediatric oral rehabilitation patients who receive presedation with oral Versed and general anesthesia (GA) occasionally experience prolonged sedation and delayed discharge. The BispectralExpand
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Prevention of sevoflurane delirium and agitation with propofol.
Emergence delirium and agitation (EAD) associated with sevoflurane general anesthesia are very commonly observed in young children. Such events pose a risk for injury as well as decreased parentalExpand
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Bispectral index monitoring (BIS) as a guide for intubation without neuromuscular blockade in office-based pediatric general anesthesia: a retrospective evaluation.
The Bispectral Index System is a useful guide for timing of adequate intubation conditions in office-based pediatric general anesthesia without neuromuscular blockade. As the number of cases in theExpand
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Retrospective outcomes evaluation of 100 parenteral moderate and deep sedations conducted in a general practice dental residency.
An abstract of this study was presented at the American Association for Dental Research (AADR) Dental Anesthesiology Research Group in Honolulu, Hawaii, in March of 2004. This study was conducted toExpand
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An overview of anesthetic procedures, tools, and techniques in ambulatory care
Ambulatory surgical and anesthesia care (ASAC), also known as Same Day Surgery or Day Care in some countries, is the fastest growing segment of ambulatory surgical and anesthesia care. Over 50Expand
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Bispectral Index System (BIS) monitoring reduces time to discharge in children requiring intramuscular sedation and general anesthesia for outpatient dental rehabilitation.
PURPOSE Pediatric patients who receive both intramuscular (i.m.) sedation and general anesthesia (GA) for oral rehabilitation occasionally experience prolonged sedation and delayed discharge. TheExpand
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Management of a patient with Möbius syndrome: a case report.
Möbius syndrome is a rare congenital disorder with the primary diagnostic criteria of congenital facial and abducent nerve palsy. Orofacial anomalies and limb malformations may be associated with theExpand
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