Management of Acute Oral Infection - Part 2

In part two of this course, the clinical and diagnostic features of conditions associated with fungal, viral and bacterial infections that clinicians are most likely to encounter in practice are reviewed. Management strategies based on published clinical recommendations and the current scientific literature are detailed. Where applicable, information on alternative therapies that have scientific support is also provided.

A Peer-Reviewed Publication Written by Jeff Burgess, DDS, MSD

Abstract

In part two of this course, the clinical and diagnostic features of conditions associated with fungal, viral and bacterial infections that clinicians are most likely to encounter in practice are reviewed. Management strategies based on published clinical recommendations and the current scientific literature are detailed. Where applicable, information on alternative therapies that have scientific support is also provided.

Educational Objectives

At the conclusion of this educational activity participants will be able to:

1. Identify clinical features associated with different viral infections

2. Identify clinical features associated with fungal infection

3. Describe the various strategies for treating acute fungal and viral infection

4. Implement appropriate medication management of fungal, viral and bacterial infection.

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