Revista Cubana de Estomatología
On-line version ISSN 1561-297X
PACHO SAAVEDRA, José A.; MARTINEZ HERNANDEZ, A.; FERNANDEZ HERNANDEZ, V. and CERUTO PEREZ, I.. Presence of Pharmacology in stomatologic care in children aged under 19.. Rev Cubana Estomatol [online]. 2007, vol.44, n.2, pp. 0-0. ISSN 1561-297X.
A updated bibliographic review is presented based on scientific evidences on use of antimicrobials, anti-inflammatory, analgesics agents, oral antiseptics and natural and folk medicine in Stomatology, performed by Medline Doyma, and other bibliographic sources. Authors reports that more than half of world population, in any moment of its life, has been a consumer of these drugs, prescribed from different pathologies of infectious, inflammatory nature, even as a preventive preoperative treatment. Pediatric age is a difficult therapeutic management group due to physical, physiological ( pulmonary, cardiovascular, immunologic, and metabolic system) and emotional immaturity, requiring that medical staff must to have a updated knowledge on use of these drugs. In this context, we presented a revision to expose the more updated features on use of antibiotics, anti-inflammatory, and oral antiseptics, as for a Pharmacology for general stomatologists giving care to children ages under 19 presenting with stomatologic affections.
Keywords : Antimicrobials; anti-inflammatory; analgesic agents; oral antiseptics; and natural and folk medicine.