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Journal of Stomatology
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abstract:

Principles of surgical treatment of jaw osteomyelitis in patients with drug addiction

Vladislav Malanchuk
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Igor Brodetskyi
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National O. Bogomolets Medical University, Kiev Department of Oral and Maxillo-Facial Surgery,
Online publish date: 2016/10/23
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The aim of this study is to improve the effectiveness of
treatment of drug addicted patients with osteomyelitis of
the jaws by developing the basic principles of surgery.
A total of eighty patients with chronic osteomyelitis of
facial bones were examined and treated in the Kiev city
clinical hospital №12 MFD №2 from 2012 to 2014.
The average age of patients was 28.65 + 0,43 years,
primarily males (77.2%). Medical history revealed
that sixty patients (75%) had previously suffered from
viral hepatitis (B, C), ten patients (12.5%) had been
HIV-infected earlier. All the patients reported the
use of the drug from the group of amphetamines –
Pervitin («Vint”); however, half of the patients (50%)
pointed out that they also used other drugs, including
“shirka” (opiates) and “methadone” (derivative
of heroin). During hospitalization, all the patients
underwent a standard general medical examination,
radiological evaluation (CT scanning) and a surgical
intervention – sequestrectomy, sequestrnecrectomy,
necrectomy, and resection of the affected part of the jaw.

 
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