ASPECTS OF POST-OPERATING DISEASE IN THE AREA OF ORAL SURGERY AND ORO-MAXILO-FACIAL-PREDICTION FACTORS

Constantin Mihai, Doriana Agop Forna, Earar Kamel, Cristian Constantin Budacu

ABSTRACT

The aim of this study is to establish correlations – with profound practical impact, between the risk factors that can be quantified and the incidence and prevalence of post-operative disease in the area of ​​oral and oro-maxillofacial surgery.Materials and Methods: In order to materialize the main aim of this study, a group of 210 patients  was analyzes, previously diagnosed with different types of pathologies in the area of ​​dento-alveolar surgery and of the oro-maxilo-facial surgery, patients from the territory of Moldova, evaluated, treated and monitored at OMF Surgery Clinic (hospital and ambulatory), Iasi between 2015-2018.Results and Discussions : Depending on the general state diagnosis of patients with suspicion of post-operatory disease it was as follows:aparently healthy- 59%, cardiovascular disease-18% ,  metabolic desease-12% ,hepatic disorders -7% ,neurological disorders -4% .Conclusions: The individualization of surgical therapy is a prerequisite for success so that the assessment of the patient’s field needs to be addressed with great seriousness, with clinical implications being very varied.

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