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(Clindamycin Systemic )
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  • Worldwide pattern of antibiotic prescription in endodontic infections. [Review]
  • IDInt Dent J 2017 Apr 17
  • Segura-Egea JJ, Martín-González J, … Velasco-Ortega E
  • CONCLUSIONS: Antibiotics are overprescribed for the management of endodontic infections. It is necessary to improve antibiotic-prescribing habits in the treatment of endodontic infections, as well as to introduce educational initiatives to encourage the coherent and proper use of antibiotics in such conditions.
  • Antibiotics in Endodontics: a review. [Review]
  • IEInt Endod J 2016 Dec 22
  • Segura-Egea JJ, Gould K, … Dummer PM
  • The overuse of antibiotics and the emergence of antibiotic-resistant bacterial strains is a global concern. This concern is also of importance in terms of the oral microbiota and the use of antibioti...
  • Trends in antibiotic use and microbial diagnostics in periodontal treatment: comparing surveys of German dentists in a ten-year period. [Journal Article]
  • COClin Oral Investig 2016; 20(8):2203-2210
  • Falkenstein S, Stein JM, … Conrads G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Positive trends regarding position-paper-conform prescribing habits including the scheduling of systemic antibiotics and increasing use of local antimicrobials and microbial tests were observed. However, deficits and malpractice still exist in German practices. Unexpected is the widespread and increasing use of clindamycin. Continuing educational campaigns and strictly expressed real guidelines are needed.Indication and choice of antibiotic agents in causal periodontal therapy among German dentists have changed between 2003 and 2013 toward a more position-paper-based concept, but inappropriate prescriptions of second choice antibiotics still remain conspicuous.
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