Dental Treatment of Patients withTransplanted Organs with Regard to the Problem of Antibiotic Prophylaxis


Authors: S. F. Smola;  J. Zemen;  R. Houba
Authors‘ workplace: Společenství odborných praxí Neu Ulm, SRN Stomatologická klinika LF UK v Plzni, přednosta prof. MUDr. J. Kilian, DrSc.
Published in: Česká stomatologie / Praktické zubní lékařství, ročník , 2001, 3, s. 89-95
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Overview

The authors discuss the problem of dental treatment of subjects after organtransplantation, in particular from the aspect of self-handed dentists. Consistent with the viewof the German professional society for dental, oral and maxillary medicine (DGZMK) and otherprofessional sources, they recommend for antibiotic prophylaxis of the „single shot“ typeprimarily a combination of amoxicillin and metranidazol. They advise to base the selection ofoptimal continuous adjuvant antibiosis for prophylaxis in planned treatment during consecutive sessions on results of a molecular-biological tests (e.g. micro-Dent). The authors mentionthe principle of the original collection of biological material (so-called POCKET-OUT) accordingto Smola and Rettenberg for asessment of the main oral pathogens not only from the sulcusbut also from the gingival surface. In a table they summarize the problem of antibioticprophylaxis in the treatment of adult patients after transplantations.

Key words:
organ transplantation – antibiotic prophylaxis – molecular-biological tests –amoxicillin – metronidazol

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Maxillofacial surgery Orthodontics Dental medicine
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