martes, 23 de agosto de 2022

Management of antibiotics in odontogenic infections in pediatric dentistry


Odontogenic infections in children spread rapidly in various areas of the head and neck. That is why it is important for the specialist to take immediate action to avoid putting the patient's life at risk.

Antibiotic treatment in pediatric dentistry should be carried out taking into account the pharmacodynamic characteristics of the pediatric patient. The pediatric dentist must know the drug and the recommended doses to avoid adverse reactions or resistance.


We share two videos on the correct use and management of the most used antibiotics in infections of odontogenic origin in pediatric dentistry.

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Source: Youtube/ Sumi's Pedosthan

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