CRISTIAN CONSTANTIN BUDACU, GHEORGHE RAFTU, MIHAELA DEBITA, OANA CIURCANU, CONSTANTIN MIHAI CURRENT GUIDANCE FOR POSTEXTRACTIONAL HEMMORAGIC PROPHYLAXIS AND TREATMENT
Post-operative bleeding is a topical issue in dental practice, fact reflected by the etiopathogenic, morpho pathological and therapeutic aspects; may occur at any time as a complication of dental extraction, due to local factors or general factors. The peculiarity of the dental extraction complication lies in the fact that the physician must immediately resort to firm measures leading to its solving in the shortest while, the most prolonged bleeding can put the patient’s life at risk. Therefore surgery must be justified and applied only when the noticing methods are not effective.Knowing the pathology of the patient and its medication are of major importance in order to prevent post-operative hemorrhage complications. Dental extraction is the most frequent intervention of oral surgery that is addressed to both the dentist and the dento-alveolar surgeon, and is performed almost daily in the surgery.One of the local complications of dental extraction is post-surgical hemorrhage. Establishing a therapeutic, prophylactic and curative plan for this complication by conducting a good history of the patient accompanied by paraclinical examinations, the use of a well-established surgical technique can prevent post- operative hemorrhagic complications. The statistical survey was conducted between 2015 -2017; performed on a group of 225 patients. Knowing the methods of prophylaxis and treatment for post-operative bleeding, as well as the correct diagnosis of its causes are mandatory for every practitioner. Post-operative hemorrhage is a complication that can be prevented by making a correct and complete anamnesis, having as its etiology local causes (the most common) or general causes.