Tooth extraction in hemophiliacs and patients with von Willebrand's disease. Therapeutic proposals apropos of 26 cases
Revue de stomatologie et de chirurgie maxillo-faciale
B PiotJ Mercier
Extensive bleeding is an important complication of dental extractions in haemophiliacs. Based on 26 case reports, the different therapeutic possibilities are discussed. When general or regional anaesthesia is required, protocols can be proposed for coagulation factor supplementation or even treatment with Minirin. In cases with local anaesthesia, substitution is not required. The importance of mandatory local haemostatic measures combined with antifibrinolytic treatment is emphasized.
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