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News Bulletin : ADA News Bulletin February 2011
6 FEBRUARY 2011 Prices do not include gst and may be subject to change Comprehensive Occlusal Concepts in Clinical Practice r r r S N: 9780813805849 • Pap rba • 316 pag s • W l y- la ll $A119 x gst Compr h s v O lusal Co pts Cl al Pra t s a thorough gu d to th appl at o of o lusal o pts Th s mporta t t xt fa l tat s a stra ghtfor ard u d rsta d g of d ly r og s d o lusal pr pl s a d pra t s to g d r lo g v ty, pr d tab l ty, a d prof ss o al o d v ryday pro dur s Compr h s v O lusal Co pts Cl al Pra t f atur s a ompr h s v r v of o lusal a d p r odo tal l t ratur , stabl sh s o lusal pr pl s a d pra t proto ols, a d a ds d v lop g th r ad r's r t al ab l ty to o h a d h ot to p rform o lusal th rapy Th s s a u qu boo s op , thorough ss, a d pra t al ty, ma g o lusal o pts as ly u d rstood, h l d mo strat g th s lls d d to p rform th d ta ls of a phys olog o lusal s h m Advice to dental practitioners in FLOODED REGIONS IMPLICATIONS FOR DENTISTS REGARDING THE USE OF WATER With flooding across several areas of Australia, there is a potential concern that the quality of the reticulated water systems could be compromised if local water treatment infrastructure is affected. Fortunately water quality has not surfaced as a major issue despite the wide range of areas affected by flooding. If the local authority advises that the reticulated drinking water is not potable and requires boiling in order to be safe to drink, this has implications for dental practice. The basic strategy to follow if the local reticulated water is identified as being unsafe or questionable is to use self-contained water supplies with water which has been treated to inactivate or remove pathogens. This can be done by using commercially available bottled water as the supply source for self-contained water, since this has already been treated by ozonation. If the existing reticulated water is used, the advice of local authorities must be followed, which would mean that tap water should be boiled first before using it, until advised otherwise. Laurence J Walsh Infection Control Committee
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