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Anesthésie générale en odontologie pédiatrique et prise en charge des patients au CHU de Poitiers

Abstract : Decay disease and its precocity in children remains a public health problem still present in France. The objective of this study was to describe the activity of dental care under GA in the dentistry department of the Poitiers University Hospital to highlight the specificities of care and suggest areas for improvement. Methods: this study was a retrospective analysis of 97 cases in which patients received dental treatment under general anaesthesia from January 2019 to May 2021. The variables examined were: gender, age, reason for anesthesia, medical history, distance from home to hospital, take-over time, duration of treatment, type of procedure, intubation difficulty, type of medication, type of intubation, complications, correspondence with other health professional. Results: the 5-8 years age group (56%) was the most represented. In 64% of cases, the patient initially consulted on his own. The minimum distance separating the patient's home from the Poitiers University Hospital was 24.3 km on average. The average take-over time after consultation in the dentistry department was 4 months. 72% had an ASA 1 score. Nasal intubation was the most used. Conservative care was the most performed. The procedure lasted an average of 29 minutes. 6 patients presented complications. Conclusion: the Poitiers University Hospital can answer locally to the request of dental care under general anaesthesia for children.
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Louise Lucette Thérèse Bernard. Anesthésie générale en odontologie pédiatrique et prise en charge des patients au CHU de Poitiers. Sciences du Vivant [q-bio]. 2021. ⟨dumas-03373293⟩



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