The Side Effects of the Most Commonly Used Group of Antibiotics in Periodontal Treatments
AbstractAntibiotic combinations are preferred for the treatment of periodontal diseases, with the aim of hitting the bacterial flora, according to its characteristics—aerobic, anaerobic, gram-negative, and gram-positive—with certain antibiotics that act on certain bacteria. The aim of this study is to analyze the side effects of the antibiotics used. Data on the side effects (preferably expressed in percentages) of some antibiotics, the favorites in periodontal recipes, are gathered from the literature. These data are listed according to the antibiotic used. In the case of providing a periodontal prescription, the patient is at risk of allergy (5%), nephritis (3%), hematological problems (2–2.5%), gastrointestinal problems (5.5%), disturbance in the nervous system (2%), allergic signs on the skin (5.5%), and problems with electrolytes displayed in lower percentages. Interaction with different medications is present in almost all cases. The influence on the body systems is 4% in total, the maximum value of which is expressed on the skin, and the minimum value is expressed in the nervous system. Cross allergies are at a high value because of the expressed structural similarity of antibiotics. Given a recipe, we have a balance of the percentage of side effects, the percentage of bacterial resistance, and the percentage of the success of the recommended dose of antibiotics. View Full-Text
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Heta, S.; Robo, I. The Side Effects of the Most Commonly Used Group of Antibiotics in Periodontal Treatments. Med. Sci. 2018, 6, 6.
Heta S, Robo I. The Side Effects of the Most Commonly Used Group of Antibiotics in Periodontal Treatments. Medical Sciences. 2018; 6(1):6.Chicago/Turabian Style
Heta, Saimir; Robo, Ilma. 2018. "The Side Effects of the Most Commonly Used Group of Antibiotics in Periodontal Treatments." Med. Sci. 6, no. 1: 6.