The donor tooth and recipient site should both be examined meticulously for suitability and dimensions. The recipient site should have an adequate bone support with sufficient attached keratinized tissues to allow tooth stabilization and should also be free of infection and/or inflammation. The most important factor for governing the success of autogenous tooth transplantation is the vitality of the periodontal ligament attached to the transplanted tooth. The periodontal ligament is sensitive to pH changes and its viability is reduced if extra oral dry time is extended. The chances of periodontal ligament healing are greatly increased when a donor tooth is immediately placed into a fresh extraction
3. Roles and responsibilities Alternative way to think about quality in health systems is to distinguish among roles, responsibilities in the various parts of a system. We can look at this from three perspectives: (a) Policy and Strategy Maker (Decision Maker) - The main worries at these levels will be to keep the performance of the entire system under evaluation, and to develop policies for improving quality outcomes. (b) Health Service provider - Their main concern will be to guarantee that the services they provide are of the highest possible standard and meet the desires of individual service users. (c) Service Users - Enhanced quality outcomes cannot be just delivered by service providers alone.
Hemisection refers to the sectioning of mandibular molar into two halves followed by removal or separation of diseased root with its accompanying crown portion.1 The procedure of hemisection represents a form of conservative management to retain maximum tooth structure as possible.2 Hemisection of either a maxillary or mandibular molar is often a means of retaining teeth needed for restorative abutments or occlusal support. This treatment can produce predictable results as long as proper case selection is followed by interdisciplinary approach with endodontic, surgical and prosthetic procedures.3. The results are durable, and success rates are high if certain basic considerations are taken into account. Periodontal, prosthodontic and endodontic assessment for appropriate selection of cases is important. In periodontics this procedure is indicated in class II furcation involvement and if there is considerable bone available to one
Rational pharmacotherapy teaching associated to clinical guidelines and essential medicines lists can aid to aid develop good prescribing practice. In-service medical training as a licensure necessity The best in-service training is probably going to be issue based, rehashed on numerous events, concentrated on reasonable abilities, and connected to the utilization of standard treatment rules. Different strategies that can be followed include printed materials, pharmaceutical pamphlets and face to face educational courses. Supervision, inspection and evaluation Supervision that is steady, instructive and faceto-confront, will be more compelling and preferred acknowledged by prescribers over straightforward investigation and discipline. Compelling types of supervision incorporate remedy review and criticism, peer audit and gathering forms.
INTRODUCTION In general, orthodontic treatment focuses on improving functional occlusion and facial appearance. (1) Awareness of how facial appearance affects quality of life has rapidly increased the demand for such treatment. In most cases, the motivating factors for undergoing orthodontic treatment are enhanced dental and facial aesthetics and consequently minimized psychosocial problems. (2,3) Studies of oral health-related quality of life (OHRQoL) in orthodontics are important because they provide information about therapeutic needs and outcomes as well as long-term oral health improvement. (4) They can also ensure better therapeutic choices based on the patient’s perception.
The ideology behind the treatment principle comes from the concept of wholism and treatment determination which is linked to syndrome differentiation. It is the general regulatory principle for determining formulas, dosages and methodology. With understanding the treatment principle physicians must pay careful attention to important aspects such as variations with pathological changes, changeable manifestations, complications, regulations of yin and yang and the ability to accurately prescribe treatment according to the different season, locality and the individual. Accomplishing this will be very rewarding and beneficial to both doctor and patient. A) Treatment that targets the Root Disease – This is the key principle on the bases of syndrome differentiation.
Beneficence may be aptly described as taking positive steps to assist the patient. In this regard, radiographer’s duties are to ensure the physical and psychological well-being of patients. Elderly patients, the handicapped, and frail, must be treated with additional care and patience. The last principle is that of justice. Justice may be defined as assessing the benefits and potential risks with fairness.
Greater understanding of health care practices and health care practitioners can bridge communication between the two worlds. Being respectful and education centered around the cultural needs is essential to patient's wellness and nursing care. Identification of patients perception of pain and illness is crucial in developing an understanding of cultural relationship between spiritual and medicinal care (Purnell, 2002). High-Risk Behaviors Although we may see some activities as high risk behaviors in the yup’ik culture maybe a daily occurence. Therefore addressing high-risk behavior in a nonjudgmental way and express the importance of abstaining from these activities during treatment if related to the possible interactions with medications for example drinking or hunting (Napoleon, 1996, pp
It trains health care providers to overcome cultural barriers like communication and language. Cultural competency has the potential to reduce inequities in access to health care services and improve the health status of cultural communities by reducing healthcare disparities. The goal of cultural competency is to provide health care to the community that is respectful of and responsive to the needs of diverse patients. It helps the health care provider to understand the needs of patients while seeking treatment. It helps to patient-provider to meet on common ground in the diagnosis and treatment plan of the disease.
Maintaining the balance of important fluids to avoid complications such as drought and excessive fluids of the body, both of which can be serious care clinical nurse for a particular patient is responsible for ensuring that charts fluid balance fees are recorded regularly and accurately, using the correct approach throughout. To promote adequate water, and a safe and effective nursing care and nurses should always report any significant abnormalities identified in patients fluids record . to treat uncuncluing course give education for patient and family . To maintain fluid balance need to do assessment for patient this assessment included clinical assessment by chewing patient weight , tall , signs and stand condition . level of awareness als need to check intake and out put by using fluid chart , also check blood test that related to kidney function test .