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1

what may renal patients present with that affects their dental treament?

bleeding tendancies
infections
post op complications
hypertension
underlying disease

2

what bleeding problems might a renal patient suffer from?

dimineished factor 3
abnormal platelet production
defective von willebrands

3

treat a renal pt how long after dialysis and why?

one day
allows heparin to wear off

4

how to minimise risks with pts with bleeding disorders?

atraumatic surgery and good local haemostatic measures

5

what renal patients is PEP a consideration for?

polycystic kidney disease
peritoneal dialysis
some on haemodialysis
renal transplant

6

if somone suffers from severe bleeding tendancies what should be avoided?

regional blocks

7

what are some osseus lesions that can be seen orally?

loss of Lamina Dura
osteoporosis
osteolytic areas

8

what might secondary hyperparathyroidism cause orally?

giant cell lesions

9

what might renal patients suffer from after extraction?

abnormal bone repair and socket sclerosis

10

what might CRF patients suffer from orally?

dry mouth, metallic taste, halitosis
insidiuous oral bleeding and purpura
salivary gland swelling
calculus accumulation
oral ulceration and changes because of anaemia

11

what can CRF cause orally in children?

retarded jaw growth
tooth eruption can be delayed
malocclusion
brownish tooth discolouration
low caries risk and perio disease