Romanian Journal of Oral Rehabilitation Numarul 4 MEDICAL REASONING IN DENTAL PRACTICE


Andor Toni Cigu, Cozmin Mihai, George Morarasu, Daniela Ivona Tomita, Mihaela Papusa Vasiliu, Carmen Stadoleanu,  Catalina Morarasu


The medical reasoning proposed in general dental practice is the process by which the medical team is guided by the statistical consequences of consultative relations between previous cases with experiences of an objective nature having successes or promoted successes. Medical reasoning through the systematic elaboration of the clinical and paraclinical algorithm aims to assist the medical staff involved in the treatment of patients to make decisions in their care with dental conditions of any pathological nature/. It must present recommendations of good clinical medical practice based on published evidence ,argued to be taken into account by doctors from dental medicine and other related specialties, as well as by auxiliary medical staff (dental technicians, biological analysts and nurses) involved in the care of patients with dental conditions. Although common sense is a substantion of good medical practice based on the latest available authenticated evidence, it is not intended to replace the practitioner’s judgment in each individual case.

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