Prevent infections with good denture care
Cynthia A. Frazer RN-BC, MS
Robert Q. Frazer DDS
Raymond J. Byron Jr., DMD

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Nursing2014
August 2009 
Volume 39  Number 8
Pages 50 - 53
 
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ABSTRACT

 Learn how to prevent a potentially fatal Candida infection in vulnerable patients. Figure. No caption available.

DENTURE CARE IS routine, simple, and usually delegated to unlicensed assistive personnel (UAP). Not much to think about, right? Not always! Denture material is porous and can harbor Candida , which can cause not only oral candidiasis (thrush) but systemic Candida infections. 1 ...

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