Medical Emergencies in Dentistry
Adrenal Insufficiency / Crisis

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 This page discusses management of Adrenal Insufficiency, Addison's disease, and Adrenal Crisis. An adrenal crisis is unlikely to occur in a dental practice setting, but the team must know how to reduce the risk, and recognise and manage it if it happens. 

The page is available both in a self assessment format, with model answers for revision, and as a straightforward information page for quick reference. 
  



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