The dental implications of chronic use of acidic medicines in medically compromised children

@article{Nunn2004TheDI,
  title={The dental implications of chronic use of acidic medicines in medically compromised children},
  author={J. Nunn and S. Ng and I. Sharkey and M. Coulthard},
  journal={Pharmacy World and Science},
  year={2004},
  volume={23},
  pages={118-119}
}
Objective: Liquid oral medicines form a significant proportion (11%) of the medicines used by the population as a whole, either prescribed or over the counter. The active agent, as well as some of the other ingredients, can pose a threat to oral health. Method: Eight liquid oral medicines and two effervescent preparations routinely prescribed for long‐term use by paediatric renal patients were assessed for titratable acidity and pH values. Results: All of the medicines tested were acidic and… Expand
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