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ADA Definition: Tx Plan: The _________ guide for the patient’s care as determined by the dentist’s diagnosis and is used by the dentist for the restoration to and/or maintenance of optimal oral health.

SEQUENTIAL

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ASA Codes: Moderate to severe systemic disease

ASA III

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ASA Codes: Healthy, no systemic disease

ASA I

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ASA Codes: Mild systemic disease

ASA II

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ASA Codes: Severe systemic disease, life threatening

ASA IV

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Which ASA Code is 90% of the Pt's you will see in the ASDOH Clinic? What two conditions cause this?

ASA II (mild systemic disease or significant health risk factors)....well controlled DIABETES and HYPERTENSION

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Pregnancy puts you in an ASA Code ____

ASA II

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Stable angina is an ASA ____

ASA III

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Severe obesity is an ASA ____

ASA III

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Post MI is an ASA ____

ASA III

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A patient with STABLE AND CONTROLLED disease or condition is an Medically Complex Status (MCS) __

MCS 1

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MCS subcategory for Anticipated Minor adverse medical events

B

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WHERE ARE 90% of ASDOH patients in MCS status?

MCS1A (controlled HTN, Type II DM)

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A dental patient with Epilepsy or a psychiatric disorder is an MCS status:

MCS1B

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A patient with Type I diabetes, liver disease, or a drug allergy is an MCS:

MCS1C

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A patient with BP LESS THAN 160/100, HIV with high viral load is an MCS:

MCS2A

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A patient with poorly controlled asthma or diabetes is an MCS:

MCS2B

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A patient with BP GREATER THAN 160/100 or with COPD or arrhythmia is an MCS:

MCS2C

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A patient with POORLY controlled asthma or Type II DM i sn an MCS:

MCS3

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Typical pulse is between what range? What is it called when elevated? When lower?

60-90 is normal...over is tachycardia...lower is bradycardia

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What "level" (0-4) is a typical healthy surge pulse?

2

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What is the normal Respiratory Rate?

12-20 bpm

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What is the normal body temperature in F and C? What is considered a fever?

98.6degF....37degC...anything over 100degF

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What is the NORMAL range for Systolic BP?

100-140 mmHg

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What is the NORMAL range for Diastolic BP?

60-90 mmHg

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What is the normal pulse pressure?

30-40 mmHg

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What is Marley's law?

Pulse rate is inversely proportional to blood pressure

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Normal BP:

lessthan 120/lessthan 80

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Pre-HTN:

120-139/90-99

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HTN Stage 1:

140-159/90-99

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HTN Stage 2:

160+/100+

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HTN CRISIS:

180+/110+

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Which probing system splits the mouth into SEXTANTS and uses only the deepest depth in the sextant?

PSR (Periodontal Screening and Recording)

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Which PSR code does the colored portion of the probe start to become covered?

Code 3

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Which PSR code does bleeding occur, but the colored portion still remain visible?

Code 1

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Which PSR code applies when there is calculus and defective margins, but the colored portion of the probe is still visible (3.5mm)?

Code 2

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The WHO probe (or PSR probe) has a __mm ball on its tip and the colored band starts at ___mm and ends at ___mm

0.5mm ball....3.5mm to 5.5mm

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Which PSR code happens when the colored band completely disappears and is therefore a depth greater than ___mm...

PSR 4...depth greater than 5.5mm

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What are 2 examples of when we add an asterisk to a PSR charting?

furcation or mobility

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Which PSR codes require a follow up comprehensive exam?

Codes 3 or 4

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What Periodontal Classification is Gingivitis?

Type I

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What periodontal classification is Moderate periodontitis?

Type III

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Which periodontal classification is slight periodontitis?

Type II

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Type II periodontal classification is ___mm CAL or ____ PD

1-2mm CAL or 3-4mm PD

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What is the MCS code for a pt with controlled HTN or Type II DM?

MCS1A

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What is a typical pulse amplitude (scale of 0-4)

2

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In Type I gingivitis, a pseudo pocket is formed with a probing depth greater than __mm

3mm

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**Perio Prognosis: Slight CAL, no mobility, no furcation, good support, easy to maintain

Good

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**Perio Prognosis: Moderate CAL , class I mobility or furcation but still proper maintenance with pt compliance

Fair

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Perio Prognosis: Severe CAL, poor crown/root ratio, class II furcation not easy to maintain, class II-III mobility

Questionable

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**Perio Prognosis: Inadequate attachment to maintain the tooth in health, improvement is unlikely with periodontal therapy

Hopeless

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What type of diagnosis is when findings suggest several possible conditions?

differential diagnosis