Drug management of dental and oral conditions Dental and orofacial pain p 257

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Neuropathic pain, p. 272

Non-opioid analgesics and compound analgesic preparations, p. 257 Opioid analgesics, p. 263 Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, p. 631 Oral infections Bacterial infections, p. 32l Phenoxymethylpenicillin, p. 333 Broad-spectrum penicillins (amoxicillin and ampicillin), p. 336 Cephalosporins (cefalexin and cefradine), p. 34l Tetracyclines, p. 347

Macrolides (clarithromycin, erythromycin and azithromycin), p. 352 Clindamycin, p. 354 Metronidazole, p. 367 Fusidic acid p. 735 Fungal infections, p. 695 Local treatment, p. 695 Systemic treatment, p. 373 Viral infections Herpetic gingivostomatitis, local treatment, p. 696

Herpetic gingivostomatitis, systemic treatment, p. 392 and p. 696 Herpes labialis, p. 739 Anaesthetics, anxiolytics and hypnotics Anaesthesia, sedation, and resuscitation in dental practice, p. 776 Hypnotics, p. 2C8 Peri-operative anxiolytics, p. 783 Local anaesthesia, p. 794 Oral ulceration and inflammation, p. 693 Mouthwashes, gargles and dentifrices, p. 697 Dry mouth, p. 698 Minerals

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