Prevention of infectious and inflammatory complications after odontectomy in military personnel using an antiseptic hydrogel.



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Abstract

Based on analyzes of the primary medical records of military medical organizations and dental offices of military units, the incidence of infectious and inflammatory complications after odontectomy was set at 17.7%. It has been shown that the use of a domestic antiseptic hydrogel containing collagen hydrolyzate, sodium alginic acid, sodium hypochlorite and antiseptics to prevent a blood clot in a post-extraction wound from decay reduces the incidence of infectious and inflammatory complications by 10.9%.

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G. A Grebnev

Military medical Academy. S. M. Kirov

Saint-Petersburg

A. K Iordanishvili

Military medical Academy. S. M. Kirov

Saint-Petersburg

M. I Muzykin

Military medical Academy. S. M. Kirov

Saint-Petersburg

N. V Lyskov

Military medical Academy. S. M. Kirov

Saint-Petersburg

N. V Korovin

Military medical Academy. S. M. Kirov

Email: nipakorovin@mail.ru
Saint-Petersburg

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