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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15332/us.v6i1.1797

COMPLICACIONES EN EL USO DEL HIPOCLORITO DE SODIO DURANTE EL TRATAMIENTO ENDODÓNTICO: UNA REVISIÓN

Humberto Ferreira Arquez

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La irrigación del conducto radicular juega un papel importante en el debridamiento y desinfección del sistema de conductos, y es una parte integral de los procedimientos de preparación biomecánica. La contaminación bacteriana del conducto radicular es la mayor preocupación en endodoncia; la eliminación de microorganismos y tejido necrótico del conducto radicular es esencial para garantizar el resultado exitoso del tratamiento. Indiferente de la técnica utilizada, particular atención debe ser tenida en cuenta para un apropiado y seguro uso de esta solución química. El objetivo de este artículo es revisar la literatura concerniente a la etiología, la sintomatología y las posibles complicaciones durante la irrigación de conducto radicular.
[Ferreira H. Complicaciones en el uso del hipoclorito de sodio durante el tratamiento endodóntico: una revisión. Revista Ustasalud Odontología 2007; 6: 45 - 52]


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Hipoclorito de sodio; Efectos tóxicos; Complicaciones durante la irrigación

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