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Muhammad Harun Achmad; Maryanne Susanti (2007)
Publisher: Hasanuddin University
Journal: Journal of Dentomaxillofacial Science
Languages: English
Types: Article
Subjects: Tetralogi of Fallot, cardiovascular diseases, endocarditis bacterialis., Dentistry, RK1-715
Teeth dimension is the factor influenced the incidence of tooth impaction. The most The congenital figure of the heart defect incident in several educational hospitals in Indonesia almost reached 9 per 1,000 born babies who survive to live (0.8-1.2%). Tetralogi of Fallot was one of the cyanotic congenital heart defects that were often found to children. This situation had four forms of the deviation: defect of the ventricle septum, overriding aorta, stenosis infundibuler, and hypertrophy of the right ventricle. As in the case of other congenital heart defect, in Tetralogi Fallot often happened fatal complication such as endocarditis bacterialis that had tight relationship to the infection in teeth. In dentistry, the treatment for children with cardiovascular disease needs holistic handling to prevent the occurrence endocarditis bacterialis. This paper discussed the teeth and the mouth conditions as well as the therapy in two cases of the child with tetralogi of Fallot. Two female patients came to the Special Dental Care clinic, RSHS Bandung with the congenital Tetralogi of Fallot heart defect to undergo mouth preparation prior to the heart operation in Jakarta. The conclusion is as in the case of the congenital heart other defect cyanotic, in Tetralogi Fallot fatal complications such as endocarditis bacterialis could happen. Endocarditis bacterialis was caused by the '': bacterial infection in the heart valve or endocardium.

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