CONSTANTIN MIHAI, CRISTIAN CONSTANTIN BUDACU, ALEXANDRU TIMOFTE, IULIAN DAN CUCIUREANU, NORINA CONSUELA FORNA EPILEPSY, A NEUROLOGICAL EMERGENCY IN ORO-MAXI-FACIAL SURGERY - NEURO - PSYCHIC FIELD
Dental practice does not start with the fear for accidents and complications, much less for emergency, but in order to prevent and effectively treat them, they must be known and diagnosed quickly, correctly and with great discernment. Fortunately, in dental practice, emergency is not met frequently, but if it occurs, however, doctor’s accurate and fast reaction can and save thepatient’s life. Emergency requires maximum efficiency and it imposes to give the most direct and shortest dental practice for solving. It is possible to trigger or aggravate generaldisorders caused by dental work, cases in which we have an obligation to recognize the accident or complication at the time of happening and to intervene urgently and effectively to save the patient’s life. Epilepsy is a neurological disease that alters the transmission of electrical signals within the brain. We conducted our study in the Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Clinic on 187 patients studied between 2015 and 2018. Of these, 171 were emergencies. Regardingthe interventions suffered by the patient, it was observed that the most common neurological emergency installed in dentistry is the epileptic seizure. Serious and small epileptic seizures can occur from different causes and at various intervals, a professional anamnesis informing the doctor about the frequency and severity of seizures.
Keywords: multidisciplinarity, professional responsibility, neurological emergency epilepsy, oral-maxillo-facial surgery