Anesthesia in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

Oleksii O. Tymofieieva, Ievgen I. Fesenkob more
a Oleksii O. Tymofieiev

Doctor of Medical Sciences, Full Professor, Honored Science and Technics Worker of Ukraine; Academician of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences, Academician of Russian Academy of Medical and Technical Science, Chair of Maxillofacial Surgery Department of Stomatology Institute of Shupyk National Medical Academy of Postgraduate Education, Chair of Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery Department of Kyiv Medical University of UAFM, Head of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery Centre, Chief Specialist of Ministry of Health in specialty "Maxillofacial Surgery". President of Ukrainian Association of Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery. DDG (England). DG (USA). Kyiv, Ukraine tymofeev@gmail.com

b Ievgen I. Fesenko

Assistant Professor of Dental and Maxillofacial Surgery Department of Kyiv Medical University of UAFM, Maxillofacial Surgeon of Maxillofacial Surgery Center of Kyiv Regional Clinical Hospital. Kyiv, Ukraine eugenfesenko@gmail.com

Language: English

No. of pages: 128

Publisher: OMF Publishing

Published: 2016

ISBN: 978-966-97590-0-9

DOI: https://doi.org/10.23999/b.aoms.2016.full

 

TABLE OF CONTENT

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  1. LOCAL ANESTHETICS

  2. GENERAL ANESTHESIA. DRUGS AND DEVICES USED FOR IT

  3. POTENTIATED LOCAL ANESTHESIA

  4. INFILTRATION ANESTHESIA

  5. CONDUCTION ANESTHESIA (NERVE BLOCK)
    5.1. Peripheral conduction anesthesia
    Infraorbital anesthesia (anterior superior alveolar nerve block)
    Tuberal anesthesia (posterior superior alveolar nerve block)
    Plexus anesthesia (superior dental plexus block)
    Palatal anesthesia (greater palatine nerve block)
    Incisive anesthesia (nasopalatine nerve block)
    Mandibular anesthesia (inferior alveolar nerve block)
    Mental anesthesia (mental nerve block)
    5.2. Central conduction anesthesia
    Pterygopalatine anesthesia (maxillary nerve block)
    Anesthesia near the foramen ovale

  6. SYSTEMIC COMPLICATIONS OF LOCAL ANESTHESIA

Intoxication

Syncope

Collapse
Anaphylactic shock
7. LOCAL COMPLICATIONS
Injury of vessels
Injury of nerves
Ischemia of skin

Injection needle breakage

Injury of soft-tissues

Necrosis of the anesthetized tissues
Other complications
8. CONTROL TRAINING TESTS
9. GLOSSARY
10. INDEX
11. SUGGESTED READING