Applied Pharmacology for the Dental Hygienist,8th Edition

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By: Elena Haveles
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ISBN-10: 0323595391
/ ISBN-13: 9780323595391
Edition: 8th Edition
Format: MS Word /or PDF
Published By: Elsevier (HS-US)

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    • Intended audience
    • Importance to the profession
    • Organization
    • Key features
    • Ancillaries

Acknowledgments

How to Be Successful in Pharmacology

    • Use of objectives to focus studying

Part I: General Principles

    • 1: Information, Sources, Regulatory Agencies, Drug Legislation, and Prescription Writing
    • History
    • Role of the dental hygienist
    • Sources of information
    • Drug names
    • Federal regulations and regulatory agencies
    • Clinical evaluation of a new drug
    • Drug legislation
    • Prescription writing
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical applications
    • 2: Drug Action and Handling
    • Characterization of drug action
    • Mechanism of action of drugs
    • Pharmacokinetics
    • Clinical pharmacokinetics
    • Factors that alter drug effects
    • Routes of administration and dose forms
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 3: Adverse Reactions
    • Definitions and classifications
    • Clinical manifestations of adverse reactions
    • Toxicologic evaluation of drugs
    • Recognizing adverse drug effects
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study

Part II: Drugs Used in Dentistry

    • 4: Autonomic Drugs
    • Autonomic nervous system
    • Parasympathetic autonomic nervous system
    • Sympathetic autonomic nervous system
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 5: Nonopioid (Nonnarcotic) Analgesics
    • Pain
    • Classification
    • Salicylates
    • Nonsteroidal antiinflammatory drugs
    • Acetaminophen
    • Drugs used to treat gout
    • Drugs used to treat arthritis
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 6: Opioid (Narcotic) Analgesics and Antagonists
    • History
    • Classification
    • Mechanism of action
    • Pharmacokinetics
    • Pharmacologic effects
    • Adverse reactions
    • Specific opioids
    • Dental use of opioids
    • Chronic dental pain and opioid use
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case studies
    • 7: Antiinfective Agents
    • Dental infection “evolution”
    • Definitions
    • Infection
    • Resistance
    • Indications for antimicrobial agents
    • General adverse reactions and disadvantages associated with antiinfective agents
    • Penicillins
    • Cephalosporins
    • Macrolides
    • Tetracyclines
    • Clindamycin
    • Metronidazole
    • Rational use of antiinfective agents in dentistry
    • Antimicrobial agents for nondental use
    • Antituberculosis agents
    • Topical antibiotics
    • Antibiotic prophylaxis used in dentistry
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 8: Antifungal and Antiviral Agents
    • Antifungal agents
    • Antiviral agents
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 9: Local Anesthetics
    • History
    • Ideal local anesthetic
    • Chemistry
    • Mechanism of action
    • Pharmacokinetics
    • Pharmacologic effects
    • Adverse reactions
    • Composition of local anesthetic solutions
    • Local anesthetic agents
    • Vasoconstrictors
    • Choice of local anesthetic
    • Topical anesthetics
    • Doses of local anesthetic and vasoconstrictor
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 10: General Anesthetics
    • History
    • Mechanism of action
    • Adverse reactions
    • General anesthetics
    • Balanced general anesthesia
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 11: Antianxiety Agents
    • Definitions
    • Benzodiazepines
    • Mechanism of action
    • Barbiturates
    • Nonbenzodiazepine-nonbarbiturate sedative-hypnotics
    • Nonbenzodiazepine Receptor Hypnotics
    • Melatonin receptor agonist
    • Melatonin
    • Orexin receptor antagonist
    • Centrally acting muscle relaxants
    • Miscellaneous agents
    • General comments about antianxiety agents
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study

Part III: Drugs That May Alter Dental Treatment

    • 12: Drugs for the Treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases
    • Dental implications of cardiovascular disease
    • Heart failure
    • Angiotensin II receptor neprilysin inhibitor
    • If Channel inhibitor
    • Cardiac glycosides
    • Antiarrhythmic agents
    • Antianginal drugs
    • Antihypertensive agents
    • Antihyperlipidemic agents
    • Proprotein Convertase Subtilisin/Kexin Type 9 Inhibitors
    • Drugs that affect blood coagulation
    • Thienopyridines
    • Drugs that increase blood clotting
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 13: Drugs for the Treatment of Gastrointestinal Disorders
    • Gastrointestinal drugs
    • Drugs used to treat gastrointestinal diseases
    • Celiac disease
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 14: Drugs for the Treatment of Seizure Disorders
    • Epilepsy
    • Drug therapy of patients with epilepsy
    • Dental treatment of the patient with epilepsy
    • Nonseizure uses of antiepileptics
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 15: Drugs for the Treatment of Central Nervous System Disorders
    • Psychiatric disorders
    • Antipsychotic agents
    • Antidepressant agents
    • Drugs for treatment of bipolar disorder
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 16: Adrenocorticosteroids
    • Mechanism of release
    • Classification
    • Definitions
    • Routes of administration
    • Mechanism of action
    • Pharmacologic effects
    • Adverse reactions
    • Uses
    • Corticosteroid products
    • Dental implications
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 17: Drugs for the Treatment of Respiratory Disorders and Allergic Rhinitis
    • Respiratory diseases
    • Drugs used to treat respiratory diseases
    • Dental implications of the respiratory drugs
    • Allergic Rhinitis
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • Clinical case study
    • 18: Drugs for the Treatment of Diabetes Mellitus
    • Pancreatic hormones
    • Diabetes mellitus
    • Drugs used to manage diabetes
    • Treatment of hypoglycemia
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assesment
    • Clinical case study
    • 19: Drugs for the Treatment of Other Endocrine Disorders
    • Pituitary hormones
    • Thyroid hormones
    • Female sex hormones
    • Male sex hormones
    • Other agents that affect sex hormone systems
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 20: Antineoplastic Drugs
    • Use of antineoplastic agents
    • Mechanisms of action
    • Classification
    • Adverse drug effects
    • Combinations
    • Dental implications
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study

Part IV: Special Situations

    • 21: Emergency Drugs
    • General measures
    • Categories of emergencies
    • Emergency kit for the dental office
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 22: Pregnancy and Breastfeeding
    • General principles
    • Pregnancy
    • Breastfeeding
    • Dental drugs
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clincial case study
    • 23: Substance Use Disorders
    • General considerations
    • Central nervous system depressants
    • Sedative-Hypnotics
    • Central nervous system stimulants
    • Psychedelics (hallucinogens)
    • Identifying the substance user
    • The impaired dental hygienist
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 24: Natural/Herbal Products and Dietary Supplements
    • Limited regulation
    • Safety of herbal and nutritional products
    • Drug interactions
    • Standardization of herbal products
    • Good manufacturing practice
    • Herbal supplements used in oral health care
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 25: Oral Conditions and Their Treatment
    • Infectious lesions
    • Immune reactions
    • Miscellaneous oral conditions
    • Inflammation
    • Drug-induced oral side effects
    • Agents commonly used to treat oral lesions
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study
    • 26: Hygiene-Related Oral Disorders
    • Dental caries
    • Gingivitis
    • Tooth hypersensitivity
    • Dental hygiene considerations
    • Academic skills assessment
    • Clinical case study

Appendix A: Medical Acronyms

Appendix B: Medical Terminology

Appendix C: What If…

    • What if … The patient is pregnant?
    • What if … The patient is allergic to aspirin?
    • What if … The patient is allergic to penicillin?
    • What if … The patient is allergic to sulfites?
    • What if … The patient is allergic to codeine?
    • What if … The patient is allergic to latex?
    • What if … The cardiac patient needs antibiotics? (See Chapter 7)
    • What if …The patient with primary total joint replacement needs antibiotics? (see Chapter 7)
    • What if … The patient is taking warfarin (Coumadin)? (see Chapter 12)

Appendix D: Oral Manifestations: Xerostomia and Taste Changes

Appendix E: Children’s Dose Calculations

    • Calculation of children’s dose
    • Discussion
    • Example

Glossary

Drug Index

Index

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