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what oral reactions do statins cause?

taste disturbacnes
lichenoid reactions
interactions + azole drugs

2

what oral reactions do beta blockers cause?

lichenoid reactions

3

what oral reactions does nifedipine cause?

gingival hyperplasia

4

what oral reactions do ACE inhibitors cause?

taste disturbances, lichen planus

5

what oral reactions does nicorandil cause?

painful oral ulcers

6

what oral reactions do hypertensives cause?

dry mouth

7

ASA classification of pt's 1.

normally healthy pt

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ASA classification of pt's 2.

pt with mild systemic disease

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ASA classification of pt's 3.

pt with severe systemic disease

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ASA classification of pt's 4.

pt with severe systemic disease that is a consant threat to life

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ASA classification of pt's 5.

moribund pt who is not expected to survive op

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ASA classification of pt's 6.

declared braindead whose organs being removed for donation

13

dont treat pt dentally when?

unstable angina, 1 month post MI

14

take caution when treating what patients?

pacemakers
dysrythmias - wold parkinson white syndrome
vasoconstrictors

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ensure any haemodynamic changes do not exceed what?

the CV reserve of the pt

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how to handle a CV pt?

short early morning appointments, excellent post opp anaesthesia, give good LA, sedation?