Online Course [Copy]

Online Course [Copy]

Published on 15 May 2022
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Transcript
00:00
Summary of the Lecture
00:06
Definition of ADR
00:06
1-noxious & unintended responses
00:08
2-normal doses used
00:11
3-prophylaxis or diagnosis or therapy
00:16
Classification of ADR (Edwards et al)
00:18
Type A - Augmented: Dose-related reactions Type B - Bizarre: Non-dose related reactions Type C - Chronic: Dose and time-related reactions
00:25
Classification of ADR (Edwards et al)
00:26
Type D - Delayed: Time related reactions Type E - End of Use: Withdrawal reactions Type F - Failure: Unexpected failure of therapy
00:32
Classification ADR ( Patterson, DeSwarte and Greenberger)
00:33
Predictable: Side effects Secondary Effects Interactions Toxicity
00:38
Classification ADR (Patterson, DeSwarte and Greenberger
00:39
Unpredictable: Intolerance Allergic - pseudo allergic Idiosyncratic Psychogenic
00:46
Most commonly used agents in dentistry
00:47
1. Local anesthetics 2. Sedatives 3. Analgesics - acetaminophen, NSAIDs and opioids 4. Antibiotics
00:53
The end