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Category Pharmacology - Red CE

  • Hypertension and the Dental Patient (#205)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    John H. Hardeman, MD, DDS, discusses antihypertensive medications and their mechanisms of action, and management of the hypertensive patient in the dental setting. This article is peer reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit. Learning Objectives: After reading this article, the individual will learn: (1) classification and mechanism of action of antihypertensive medications, and (2) management of the hypertensive patient in the dental setting.

  • Chemotherapy Agents and Dentistry (#201)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    John H. Hardeman, MD, DDS, discusses the types of chemotherapy agents used to treat diseases (namely, cancer), the side effects of such agents, and the dental management of patients undergoing chemotherapy. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit. Learning Objectives: After reading this article, the individual will learn: (1) the types of chemotherapy agents used to treat diseases, especially cancer, and (2) dental management of patients undergoing chemotherapy.

  • Vitamin B12 and Dentistry (#191)

    by admin 1 Lessons in $40.00

    Iris Morton, DDS, MS, and Ronald S. Brown, DDS, MS, discuss vitamin B12 patient care and the pathophysiology related to the oral manifestations of vitamin B12 serum values. Issues of particular importance to clinical dentistry are addressed. This article is peer-reviewed and available for 2 hours of CE credit. Learning Objectives: After participating in this CE activity, the individual will learn: Dental concerns related to vitamin B12. The pathophysiology related to oral manifestations of vitamin B12 serum values.