Study Aimed at Detecting Potential Abuse of Nitrous Oxide in Children During Dental Care (MEOPAeDent)
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The aim of this study is to evaluate the potential risk of abusive behavior for children in care using nitrous oxide for dental care.
Condition or disease
The expected prospects are therefore maintaining surveillance around the MEOPA following his release from hospital reserves, but also to ensure that the MEOPA not an addictive potential in the context of its use in dentistry. The results of this study will in any case to secure its application for dental care.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
3 Years to 15 Years (Child)
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
All patients seen in consultation EMENO and being younger than 15 years will be offered this study.
This is a population of non-cooperative patients to dental care or with a disability limiting their cooperation.
A quick questionnaire will be submitted in the consultations EMENO the SSC, the children after their parents' permission.
Children aged 3 to 15 years
Requiring dental care under MEOPA
Not opposing, as well as his parents, his participation in the study
Not having difficulties tracking (going on holiday, imminent change, remoteness, lack of motivation)
Excluded patients are those whose dental care can be made to the vigil state, or on the contrary, will present a number of important care, justifying general anesthesia.
Also excluded will be children whose parents no longer have parental authority or whose parents are divorced or divorcing.