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What are the types of acute pain? inflammatory, non-inflammatory and self limiting
How much time needs to pass before pain is considered chronic? 3 to 6 months
What causes anxiety? learned response in anticipation of an event with unknown outcomes
What percent of the population does not seek dental care due to fear? 6-14 percent
What is the ASA status of someone with mild systemic disease or significant health risk factor? ASA II
What is the ASA status of someone with severe systemic disease that limits daily activity but is not incapacitating? (no symptoms at rest) ASA III
What is the ASA status of someone who is incapacitated by a disease that is a constant threat to their life? ASA IV
What is the ASA status of a moribund patient that is not expected to live for more than 24 hours ASA V
What are the systolic values for pre-hypertension? 120-139
What are the diastolic values for pre-hypertension? 80-89
What are the systolic values for stage 1 hypertension? 140-159
What are the diastolic values for stage 1 hypertension? 90-99
What are the systolic values for stage 2 hypertension? equal to or greater than 160
What are the diastolic values for stage 2 hypertension? equal to or greater than 100
There is a more rapid progression of diabetes and chronic kidney failure when the blood pressure is above what values? 130/80
What are the goals of a physical evaluation when trying to assess methods for pain and anxiety control? To determine the patients physical and psychological ability to tolerate stress, are treatment modifications and/or psychosedation needed?
What are some examples of ASA II patients? Smoker, etoh abuse and obesity. Stage 1 HTN, type II diabetic, well controlled asthma, Hep B positive, chronic stable angina, mild COPD, allergy, asymptomatic RHD
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