Toxicological management in dentistryItems: 4 Tabs (Including

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Prevention5 seconds

Tab Text1. Consider all sources of exposure

2. Best practice 3. Management of Dental wastes

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Dignosis5 seconds

Tab Text1. History of exposure

2. Biological fluids analysis (blood mercury, whole blood lead level, arsenic blood and urinary levels)

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Treatment5 seconds

Tab Text1. Remove from exposure

2. Chelating agents 1.Lead: Calcium disodium EDTA (IV). 2, 3-dimercaptosuccinic acid (Succimer) (Oral). 2, 3-dimercaptoproponol (BAL, Dimercaprol) (IM). Penicillamine (Oral) 2. Mercury: 2, 3-dimercaptosuccinic acid (Succimer) (Oral). 2, 3dimercaptoproponol (BAL, Dimercaprol) (IM). Penicillamine (Oral). N-acetyl-penicillamine (Oral) 3. Arsenic: N-acetyl-penicillamine (Oral). Penicillamine (Oral) 4. Fuoride : milk and calcium containing products CHELATING AGENTS Chelation is the formation of a metal ion complex in which the metal ion is associated with a charged or uncharged electron donor referred to as a ligand.

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