THE NEW DENTAL ANTIBIOTIC GUIDANCE
Antimicrobial Technology Symposium
ON DEMAND WEBINAR
Recorded January 6, 2023
TITLE: THE NEW DENTAL ANTIBIOTIC GUIDANCE
COURSE FEE: Free
CREDITS: This continuing education activity is designated for 1.5 credits
AGD PACE SUBJECT CODE: 134 Prescription Medication Management
CE SUPPORTER: Perio Protect
MODE: Electronically Mediated | On Demand Webinar | Recorded: 1.06.2023 Review: 6.01.2023
SPEAKER: Debra Goff PharmD, FIDSA, FCCP BIO HERE
AUDIENCE: Dentists, Dental Hygienists, Dental Therapists, Dental Assistants
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COURSE SUMMARY: This program aims to discuss new dental literature on the prophylactic and therapeutic use of antibiotics to guide dentists to make appropriate antibiotic decisions. Dentists prescribe approximately 10% of all outpatient antibiotic prescriptions in the United States (US), writing more than 25.7 million prescriptions per year. Dentists not only prescribe a significant proportion of antibiotics, but dentists are also the top prescribers of clindamycin in the United States, which is the most common antibiotic to cause Clostridium difficile infections. Over 80% of antibiotics prescribed by dentists for prophylaxis have been found to be unnecessary. Dental antibiotic prescriptions for therapeutic use are frequently written for durations of 7, 10, and 14 days with little data to support the prolong durations. Conflicting scientific evidence, lack of evidence, fear of lawsuits and lack of new information on antibiotic risks are factors that contribute to inappropriate antibiotic use. The overuse and misuse ofantibiotics in dentistry contributes to antibiotic resistance, costs and patient harm.
Review new guidance on the use of clindamycin and quinolones
Discuss 5 antibiotic practice changes dentists should make
Describe the prevalence of antibiotic resistance and its impact on dental patients
Analyze new studies that evaluate dental antibiotic use for prophylaxis and treatment
Define the role of dentists in dental antibiotic stewardship based on the ADA endorsement of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommendations for dentists.
Speaker: Debra Goff PharmD, FIDSA, FCCP; Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Infectious Diseases Clinical Pharmacist.
The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center
Dr. Goff is an infectious diseases clinical pharmacist and the founding member of the Antibiotic Stewardship Program (ASP) at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center (OSUWMC). Dr.Goff collaborated with the CDC on the first Dental Antibiotic Stewardship initiative involving private practice dentists and orthopedic surgeons in June 2018 Columbus OH. They examined one of the most challenging topics in dentistry; the use of dental antibiotic prophylaxis in joint implant patients. Thirty local dentists and orthopedic surgeons participated in their workshop. She conducted the first US study with private practice dentists to evaluate their antibiotic prescribing and identify appropriate use. She has experience working with dentists and listening to the educational needs of dentists related to the appropriate use of antibiotics.She founded the OSU-South Africa Train-the-Trainer Antibiotic Stewardship Program in 2012 and received the 2019 OSU Distinguished International Outreach and Engagement Award for herwork in South Africa. Dr. Goff is one of twenty-five global experts selected by the World HealthOrganization (WHO) to implement antibiotic stewardship programs in low-middle incomecountries. She lectures nationally and internationally and has over 110 peer-reviewedpublications and 50 grants.
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CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND FINANCIAL DISCLOSURE: This course is supported by Perio Protect. The speaker, Dr. Goff has received a speaker's honorarium from Perio Protect. She discloses no other financial affiliation with Perio Protect.
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