TITLE

Uso del subsalicilato de bismuto como hemostático postextracción de terceros molares retenidos

AUTHOR(S)
Reyes Velázquez, C. D. Joel Omar; Castro Mosqueda, C. D. Juan José
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Medicina Oral (16656024);2009, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p19
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Introduction: Bleeding is a frequent complication in third molar surgeries. Bismute salts have been used as hemostats in various surgical areas, few reports exists of their use in oral surgery. Objective: To verify the effectiveness of bismuth subsalicylate (BS) as hemostatic posterior to surgical extractions of retained third molars. Material and methods: Taking a sample of 67 healthy patients between 15 and 45 years, performing 90 surgical extractions of retained third molars, 45 procedures for the control group and 45 for the experimental group; once the dental extraction was performed and before flap sutures were placed, for the experimental group, 3 mL of BS was placed on the alveolus and exposed bone and time was taken in witch areas stopped bleeding; while in the control group bleeding of the alveolus and exposed bone was timed with out placing any substance. Results: Differences were found in the bleeding time between the two groups studied, 55.6 seconds for the experimental group, while in the control group was of 84 seconds; through U Mann-Whitney test it was verified that the difference between the bleeding time between both groups is highly significant so it was verified the effectiveness of BS as hemostatic agent in third molar surgical extractions.
ACCESSION #
43662569

 

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