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Management of the Medically Compromised Patient - Pt 1

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Dr. Peter Jacobsen discusses the effect of medical conditions on the clinicians management of patients and how to effectively record medical disorders through effective history taking.

Date Added:
6/30/2008

Author(s):

Peter L. Jacobsen, PhD, DDS Peter L. Jacobsen, PhD, DDS
Dr. Peter Jacobsen lectures extensively in Dental Pharmacology as well as Over-the-Counter Dental Drugs and Products. He also presents on the topic of the Dental Manag...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (5/26/2013 12:22 PM)

This is extremely important to those doing Implant Surgery on Older or Medically Compromised patients especially those on medications. Very well done. Great information. Dr. Salama

Andrew Spath - (12/1/2009 10:56 PM)

Dr. Jacobson is the best! My professor UOP class 2007. I really enjoy the lectures you have on dental xp doc. Keep them coming they are of great help. Thanks.

DR. SUNIL.,B.D.S - (12/1/2009 5:28 PM)

IN CERTAIN CONDITIONS DO U FEEL ITS O.K TO TAKE PATIENTS OFF THEIR ANTI-COAGULANTS,IF THEIR MEDICAL STATUS PERMITS/WITH THE CONSULTATION OFF A CARDIOLOGIST......IF SO HOW LONG?

DR. SUNIL.,B.D.S - (12/1/2009 5:28 PM)

IN CERTAIN CONDITIONS DO U FEEL ITS O.K TO TAKE PATIENTS OFF THEIR ANTI-COAGULANTS,IF THEIR MEDICAL STATUS PERMITS/WITH THE CONSULTATION OFF A CARDIOLOGIST......IF SO HOW LONG?

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