Yudin D.K., Mozgovoy V.V., Kosyreva T.F., Popadyuk V.I., Kastyro I.V., Dragunova S.G. Prevention of anesthesiological complications during dental implantation. Head and neck. Russian magazine = Head and neck. Russian Journal. 2022;10(3):60–63

Doi: 10.25792/HN.2022.10.3.60–63

Anesthesia risk is common in dental practice. This article presents the dynamic assessment of various patient-related parameters during dental implant surgery under local anesthesia in combination with oxygen-xenon inhalation. The following was noted in the studied group of patients in comparison with the control group: 1) decreased intensity of pain sensations according to the HADS scale during and after surgery; 2) increased blood saturation; 3) slight increase in systolic and diastolic BP with subsequent return to baseline values; 4) decreased HR; 5) significant decrease in Kerdo index, with a subsequent gradual increase within the range below the initial values; 6) decreased dose of local anesthetic required for optimal anesthesia. Based on the above, conclusions were made about a pronounced and prolonged psychotropic, autotropic, and neurotropic effect when using local anesthesia in combination with inhalation of oxygen-xenon mixture.

Key words: dental implantation, Kerdo vegetative index, pain, visual analogue scale
Conflict of interest. The authors declare that there is no conflict of interest. Funding. There was no funding for this study.

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