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Traumatismes dentaires au cours d’anesthésies générales : état de la question en 2016

Abstract : Dental injuries are amongst the most common complications related with anaesthesia; in fact they are also the most common complaint against anaesthesiologists. These complications, based on the control and care of upper airways, are caused by numerous factors. The objective of this study is to investigate the frequency of these traumas, to describe in detail all possible injuries and finally to index risk factors, preventative measures in place and the principal steps to take should such an issue occur.
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Thomas Vo Van. Traumatismes dentaires au cours d’anesthésies générales : état de la question en 2016. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2016. ⟨dumas-01759084⟩

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