Aerozole i rozpryski w stomatologii rekonstrukcyjnej (...)

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MS 2021; 5: 52-65.

Aerozole i rozpryski w stomatologii rekonstrukcyjnej – metody ich skutecznej eliminacji w codziennej praktyce klinicznej

Adam Romaniuk-Demonchaux

Streszczenie

Aerozole i rozpryski powstają podczas wielu procedur stomatologicznych. Niniejsza publikacja przybliża to zagadnienie, omawiając metody ich skutecznej eliminacji w codziennej praktyce klinicznej.
 
Abstract

Aerosols and splashes are created during many dental procedures. This publication presents this issue by discussing the methods of effective elimination in everyday clinical practice.
 
Hasła indeksowe: aerozole i rozpryski, koferdam, stomatologia rekonstrukcyjna, zapobieganie infekcjom

Key words: aerosols, splatter, rubber dam, restorative dentistry, infection prevention in dentistry


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