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dental

[′dent·əl]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to the teeth.
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With a single pathway flow of real-time dental readiness data, 6 common data elements could be used to electronically determine if a RC Soldier could be validated as dental-ready without the use of paper dental records. The RC electronic dental SRP validation process was tested in September 2010 and fully implemented throughout DENCOM operated mobilization and demobilization stations on October 1, 2010.
This study showed that high number of dental practitioners realize about the importance of subject by appreciating the importance of dental record keeping.
As part of the audit process, the dental record audit NCO would recheck the patient encounter to ensure the corrections were made.
A dental record refers to the documents related to the history of present illness, clinical examination, diagnosis, treatment done and prognosis.1 Record keeping has always been a fundamental requirement in healthcare.2 According to Platt in 1947, a proper diagnosis depends upon three pillars, a strong medical history, signs and symptoms and laboratory investigations.
Salud has been designed and developed exclusively for dental schools and hospitals, and incorporates a comprehensive information management system with electronic dental record and graphical charting.
Health chiefs hope the areas will make the experience less of an ordeal for Scottish youngsters, whose dental record is among the worst in the UK.
A team identified him by a dental record and photo of him in uniform.