domingo, 23 de enero de 2022

Management of acute orofacial infection of odontogenic origin in children - PDF Guide

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In professional practice it is common to find odontogenic infections, both in children and adults. Odontogenic infections are those whose origin is the teeth or supporting tissues.

This infection can invade different neighboring anatomical spaces, compromising the general health of the pediatric patient. That is why early evaluation and treatment of any infection that appears in the oral cavity is important.

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We share an interesting care manual for pediatric patients who present an odontogenic acute infectious process, whose main objective is to contribute to the knowledge and management of orofacial infections in children.

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👉 READ AND DOWNLOAD THE COMPLETE MANUAL IN PDF HERE👈


Oral Health Division. Ministry of Health Malaysia. Management of acute orofacial infeciton of odontogenic origin in children. 1 Edition

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