Irrigantes utilizados en Pulpectomias de dientes deciduos. Revisión de la literatura.

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  • Lesly Osorio Ayala odontologa
  • William Figueroa Tejedor Universidad De Cuenca
  • Yanela Arias Murillo Universidad De Cuenca
  • Fernanda Cárdenas Vidal Universidad de Cuenca

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https://doi.org/10.26871/killcanasalud.v7i1.666

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Objetivo: El objetivo de este artículo es realizar una actualización de conocimientos y comparar la eficacia de los diversos irrigantes existentes, utilizados en odontopediatría para desinfección de conductos radiculares. Contexto: El sistema de conductos radiculares en dientes temporales posee una anatomía compleja dificultando una adecuada limpieza. La irrigación es la clave para el pronóstico y éxito del tratamiento endodóntico pediátrico por lo que la búsqueda de un irrigante ideal ha generado el desarrollo e investigación de varias soluciones irrigantes creando confusión en el personal clínico al momento de su elección. Metodología: Se realizó una revisión bibliográfica en las bases de datos: PubMed, Science Direct, Wiley Online Library, Cochrane y Ebsco; se incluyeron 30 artículos en inglés publicados en el periodo 2014-2020. Conclusiones: La instrumentación mecánica no es suficiente para la desinfección del conducto, por lo que es necesario la irrigación con sustancias combinadas ya que no existe un irrigante ideal, sin embargo, encontramos al NaOCl al 2,5% como la solución que cumple con la mayoría de las características descritas para el irrigante idóneo.

 

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2023-01-09
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Osorio Ayala, L., Figueroa Tejedor, . W., Arias Murillo, . Y., & Cárdenas Vidal, . F. (2023). Irrigantes utilizados en Pulpectomias de dientes deciduos. Revisión de la literatura. Killkana Salud Y Bienestar, 7(1), 127–140. https://doi.org/10.26871/killcanasalud.v7i1.666

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