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Tomography x. Urine epithelial c. Ultrasonography cells, hyaline d. Stereoscopy f. Scanography 3.
Biochemical Investigations g. Digital substraction radiography ii. Nuclear medicine iii. Serum alkaline j. Thermography iv. Serum acid l. Sialography http: Screening of normal tissues from abnormal viewed or investigated or projection used tissues 1. Diagnosis of pathology 3.
Mandibular fracture 2. Grading of tumor i.
Determining neoplastic and non-neoplastic ii. Evaluation of recurrence iii. Determining the prognosis projection body iv. Hemorrhage v. Infection vi.
Poor wound healing projection ramus 4. Commonly used 5. It is a therapeutic as well as for the report. It is the study of tissue removed from Indication: Excisional and incisional biopsy Fig. It is a very useful Incisional biopsy: Rarely needed in oral cavity as most against breakdown during the staining process. It is done in Before fixing the tissue they should be areas where lesion is small and inaccessible.
The similar to that of incisional and excisional analgesic content maintains the tonicity and biopsy. Brush biopsy: Exfoliative cytology: Microbiological Investigations procedure. Treatment Plan Limitations: Patient evaluation 2. Class I — Normal 1. Class II — Atypical presence of minor atypia 2. Mamm CV, Russell-R. Class III —Intermediate between cancer and 3.
Peterson, Ellis, Hupp, Tucker — Contemporary no cancer- wide atypia suggests cancer but is oral and maxillofacial surgery, 4th ed Biopsy 4. Pathology, 5th ed. Class IV - Suggestive of cancer few malignant 5. Biopsy is 6. Class V — Positive for cancer malignant cells 7. White and pharoah — Oral Radiology, Principles seen.
Biopsy is mandatory. Hyperthyroidism 4. Diabetes Medical emergency is an unforeseen or an 5. Anxiety unexpected circumstances requiring immediate IV. Other conditions: Fortunately medical emergencies are 1. Renal insufficiency rare in dental practice but any clinician should 2. Hepatic insufficiency have a thorough knowledge of the medical 3. Anticoagulant therapy emergencies to overcome them if any arise.
Seizure disorder Preparation of the clinician to handle medical 5. Hypersensitivity emergencies are: Personal containing education in emergency 6. Hyperventilation recognition and management.
Syncope 2. Auxiliary staff education in emergency 8. Shock recognition and management. Tachyphalaxis 3. Establishment and periodic testing of a Local anesthesia toxicity system to readily access medical assistance Foreign body aspiration when an emergency occurs. Hemorrhage 4. Equipping office with supplies necessary for Management of some common medical I. Features Confirming Cardiac Disorder I. Cardiac conditions: Congestive cardiac failure or at rest.
Respiratory conditions: Hormonal conditions: Use an anxiety reduction protocol. Avoid rapid posture changes in patients taking drugs that cause vasodilatation. Consult patients physician 5. Avoid administration of sodium- containing 2. Use anxiety reduction protocol.
V solutions. Have nitroglycerin tablets or spray readily available use premedication if needed. Severe hypertension: Administer supplemental oxygen. Ensure profound local anesthesia before 1. Defer elective dental treatment until starting surgery hypertension is better controlled. Consider use of nitrous oxide sedation 2. Consider referral to oral and maxillofacial 7. Monitor vital signs closely surgeon for emergency problems. Possible limitation of amount of adrenaline to 0.
Management of Patient with 1,00, adrenaline Myocardial Infarction 9. Maintain verbal contact with patient 1. Same as managing a patient with Angina. Defer surgery if possible for 6 months post MI attack. Management of Patient with 3. Administer oxygen. Congestive Cardiac Failure 4. Check if patient is taking anticogulants. Defer treatment until heart function has been medically improved and physician believes II. Features confirming respiratory disorders: Recommend that the patient seeks the respiratory tract infection.
Listen to chest with stethoscope to detect therapy of hypertension. Monitor the patients blood pressure at each procedures or sedation. Use anxiety reduction protocol, including adrenaline- containing local anesthesia nitrous oxide, but avoid use of respiratory surpasses 0.
Consult physician about possible use of Management of a Patient with preoperative cromolyn sodium. Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary 5. Defer treatment until lung function has insufficiency. Keep a bronchodilator — containing inhaler 2. Listen to chest bilaterally with stethoscope to easily accessible.
Avoid use of nonsteroidal anti inflammatory 3. Afternoon or midday appointments are 4. If patient is on chronic oxygen supplemen- preferred. If patient is not on supplement oxygen therapy, Management of Patient with Acute consult physician before administering Asthmatic Episode Occurring during oxygen.
Dental Sugery 5. If patient chronically receives corticosteroid 1. Terminate all dental procedures therapy, manage patient for adrenal 2. Position patient in fully sitting posture insufficiency. Administer bronchodilator by spray 6. Avoid placing patient in supine position until 4. Administer oxygen confident that patient can tolerate it.
Keep a bronchodilator- containing inhaler accessible. Closely monitor respiratory and heart rates. Schedule afternoon appointments to allow for clearing of secretions.
Terminate all dental treatment. Position patient in supine position, with legs Management of Patient Suffering raised above level of head. Have someone summon medical assistance. Administer corticosteroid mg of 1.
Terminate all dental treatment hydrocortisone or its equivalent I. V For Mild Hypoglycemia: Administer oxygen 2. Administer glucose source such as sugar or 6. Monitor vital signs. Start I. V line and drip of crystalloid solution. Start basic life support, if necessary. Before further dental care, consult physician, 9.
Transport to emergency care facility. Orally administer glucose source, such as 1. Defer surgery until thyroid dysfunction is well sugar or fruit juice controlled.
Monitor pulse and blood pressure before, 4. If symptoms do not rapidly improve, during and after surgery. Limit amount of epinephrine used. V or intramuscularly I. Management of Patient Suffering 5. Consult physician before further dental care.
Insulin Dependent Diabetes 2. Administer 50 ml, 50 percent glucose IV or IM or 1mg glucagon. Defer surgery until diabetes is well 3.
Have someone summon medical assistance controlled; consult physician. Monitor vital signs 2. Schedule an early morning appointment; 5.
Use anxiety reduction protocol, but avoid deep sedation techniques in outpatients. Features Confirming Acute 4. Monitor pulse, respiration and blood Adrenal Insufficiency pressure before, during and after surgery. Pharmacologic means of anxiety control Watch for signs of hypoglycemia. Treat infections aggressively. Defer surgery until diabetes is well controlled. After surgery 2. If patient can eat before and after surgery, instruct patient to eat a normal breakfast and IV.
Avoid the use of drugs that depend on renal metabolism or excretion. Modify the dose if Management of Patients with Anxiety such drugs are necessary. Anxiety Protocol 2. Avoid the use of nephrotoxic drugs, such as non-steroidal anti inflammatory drugs. Before Appointment 3. Monitor blood pressure and heart rate. Look for signs of secondary hyper- reception room time is minimized. Consider hepatitis B screening before dental 6.
Take some extra measures during and after treatment. Take hepatitis precautions if surgery, to help promote clot formation and unable to screen for hepatitis. Restart warfarin on the day of surgery. Attempt to learn the cause of the liver the safety of stopping heparin for the problem; if the cause is hepatitis B, take usual perioperative period.
Defer surgery until at least 6 hours after the 2. Avoid drugs requiring hepatic metabolism or heparin is stopped or reverse heparin with excretion; if there use is necessary, modify protamine. Restart heparin once a good clot has formed. Screen patients with severe liver disease for bleeding disorders with platelet count, Management of Patient with prothrombin time, partial thromboplastin a Seizure Disorder time and bleeding time 1.
Defer surgery until the seizures are well 4. Attempt to avoid situations in which the controlled patient might swallow large amount of blood. Consider having serum levels of anti seizure Management of Patient with medications measured if patient compliance Anticoagulant Therapy is questionable.
Patient receiving aspirin or other platelet 3. Avoid hypoglycemia and fatigue. Consult physician to determine the safety of Manifestation and Management of stopping the anticoagulant drug for several Hypersensitivity Allergic Reactions days.
Defer surgery until the platelet inhibiting drugs Manifestations Management have been stopped for 5 days. Skin signs 3. Take extra measures during and after surgery a. Delayed onset i. Stop administration of all skin signs: Benadryl 50 mg 4. Restart drug therapy on the day after surgery iii. Benadryl 50 mg q6h 1. Immediate onset i. Obtain the baseline prothrombin time.
IM or IV. Stop warfarin approximately 2 days before vi. Check the PT daily and proceed with surgery vii. Wheezing, mild dyspnea i. V access v. Stridorous breathing i. Anaphylaxis with or i. Terminate all dental treatment and remove without skin signs: Position patient in chair in almost fully upright dyspnea, stridor, have someone summon position cyanosis, total assistance. Attempt to verbally calm patient airway obstruction, iii.
Have patient breathe CO2 — enriched air, nausea, and vomiting, iv. If symptoms persist or worsen, administer tachycardia, trained in use and if diazepam, 10 mg I. M or titrate slowly I. V until hypotension, laryngospasm is not quickly anxiety is relieved, or administer midazolam cardiac dysrythmias, relieved with epinephrine.
V access. Monitor vital signs IV or IM 7. Perform all further dental surgery using ix. Loosen tight clothing. Maintain airway Remove any obstruction in It is transient loss of consciousness due to cerebral path anoxia reduced cerebral perfusion thus inable 4. Inhalation of aromatic spirit of ammonia to maintain posture. Oxygen administration 6. Maintain vital signs 1. Cardiac syncope 7. If unconsciousness for longer time than treat 2. Vasovagal syncope cause. Postural syncope 4. Drug induced syncope 5.
Cerebrovascular syncope Prodrome 1. Terminate all dental treatment Pathophysiology and Manifestation of 2.
Position patient in supine position with legs Vasovagal Syncope raised above level of head. Attempt to calm patient 4. Monitor vital signs Syncopal Episode 1. Terminate all dental treatment 2. Position patient in supine position with legs raised 3.
Management Shock 1. Maintain supine position with legs lifted above It is hemodynamic disturbance where there is head, therefore increased blood to brain. Irreversible stage — — Decrease in blood pressure Type Cause Mechanism — Decrease in cardiac output 1. Hypovolaemic -Haemorrhage, -Decrease in blood — Tachypnea shock trauma volume — Decrease blood to vital organ and - fluid loss, specific features burns 2.
Cardiogenic - Myocardial -Decrease in — Can lead to death. Anaphylactic shock - Anaphylaxis -Peripheral vasodilatation and It can be easily prevented than treated: Supine position with head below the feet periphery should be positioned.
Oxygen inhalation 3. Maintain airway, and it may need tracheostomy. Monitor vital signs 5. Maintain body heat by covering with blanket and hot packs. Restore lost body fluid. Treat cause and symptomatic relief should be provided. Injection hydrocortisone and atropine sulphate, antibiotics, adrenaline.
Tachyphylaxis It is the falling off in the effect produced by a drug during continuous use or constantly repeated administration. Features It is mainly seen in drugs of nervous Three stages in shock are: Progressive stage: Mild toxicity: Moderate toxicity: V nystagmus, tremors, — Place in supine position — administer diazepam headache, dizziness, — Monitor all vital signs.
Severe toxicity: Seizure, cardiac — if seizure occurs, protect — Transport to emergency dysrhythmia or arrest patient from nearby care facility. Position patient in sitting posture. Bone wax on bone bleeding point. Postoperative Hemorrhage Causes Six reasons and difficulty to stop bleeding from extracted socket: In normal patients: The tissues of mouth and jaw are highly i. Intraoperative vascular — Incision 2.
Extraction leads a open wound in soft tissue — Damage caused while using various and bone hemostatic techniques 3. Difficult to apply dressing material and proper ii. Postoperative pressure and sealing to the intraoral sites.
Patient tends to play with the surgical area, — reactionary therefore dislodges clot. Small negative pressure is created repeatedly 2. In diseased patients: Salivary enzymes lyse clot.
This occurs generally due to infection varnish present in the area of surgery. Defer surgery after delivery if possible 2.
Avoid dental radiographs unless information about tooth roots or bone is necessary for proper dental care. If radiographs must be taken, use proper shielding. Avoid the use of drugs with teratogenic potential. Use local anesthetics when anesthesia is necessary. Use at least 50 percent oxygen if nitrous oxide sedation is used Fig. Hemorrhage management 6. Avoid keeping the patient in the supine on applying pressure position for long periods, to prevent vena cava compression 7. Allow the patient to take frequent trips to the rest room.
CPR can be administered outside hospital or in hospital. If it is done outside hospital, then cardio- pulmonary resuscitation is providing basic life support, but if it is done in hospital, then basic life support BLS as well as advanced care life support ACLS is also given. Objectives The ABCs of life is maintained. Mouth to mouth breathing They are: Place the patient is supine position with head higher than the legs. Patency of the airway is checked iii.
Any obstruction in the airway by any foreign body is removed. Patients airway is opened by a head tilt-chin lift position. Administer mouth to mouth breathing Fig. Mouth to nose breathing or mouth to airway breathing, can also be given if mouth is seriously Fig. Chest compression injured or cannot be opened. External cardiac compressions are given to restore blood circulation. Antibiotics These are substances produced by micro Compression Method organisms that either retard the growth of or 1.
In case of 1 operator, 15 compressions with kill other micro-organisms at high dilution. If the pulse is absent, then CPR These are similar to antibiotics, except that they should be resumed Fig. In case of 2 operators, 5 compressions with 1 ventilation is administered. Drugs inhibiting cell wall synthesis: The improvement of the patient during administ- — Penicillin ration of basic life support is evaluated by the — Cephalosporins colour of the skin and mucosa, chest size, pulse — Vancomycin rate, respiratory movements, and pupil of the — Cyclosporine eyes.
Drugs inhibiting protein synthesis: Extended spectrum penicillin — Drug binds to 30s ribosomal subunit: Drugs affecting cell permeability — Salbactam — Aminoglycoside — Tazobactum 4.
Drugs affecting DNA Gyrase: Cephalosporin 5. Drugs interfering with DNA function: First generation against gram positive cocci — Rifampicin and gram negative aerobes — E. Coli, proteus — Metronidazole i. Oral 6. Drugs interfering with DNA synthesis: Drugs interfering with intermediate ii.
Parenteral metabolism: Second generation against first generation — Pyrimethamine organism and H. Parenteral — cefuroxime A.
Penicillin — cefatetan 1. Natural penicillin — cefoxitin i. Benzyl penicillin 3. Third generation Neisseria, E. Sodium penicillin H. Depot penicillin procaine pen i. Oral 2. Semisynthetic penicillin — cefixine i. Acid resistant penicillin — cefprodoxine — phenoxy ethyl penicillin ii. Parenteral — phenoxy methyl penicillin — ceftriaxone ii. Fourth generation gram positive, gram — cloxacillin negative, Pseudomonos iii.
Broad spectrum penicillin Parenteral — Amoxycillin — cefipime — Ampicillin — cefpirome http: Short acting and thus preventing cell wall formation of i. Thus are bacteriocidal. Intermediate acting succeptible than gram negative. Thus inhibits are: Use of Opoid analgesic 3. Acupuncture patients. Morphine ii. Hydroxodone 3. Naltrexone iii. Sodium salicylate http: Ibuprofen ii. Ketoprofen Contraindications 4.
Phenylbutazone ii. Oxicams i. Piroxicam Classification ii. Meloxicam 1. Short acting Natural 8. Fenamate i.
Hydrocortisone i. Mefanamic acid ii. Cortisone 9. Furanones 2. Intermediate acting Synthetic i. Rofecoxib i. Prednisolone ii. Celecoxib ii. Methylprednisolone Sulfoanilide 3. Long acting Synthetic i. Nimesulide i.
Beclamethasone Acetic acid ii. Betamethasone i. Diclofenac iii. Dexamethasone Alkanone 4. Inhaled i. Nabumetone i. Benzoxazocine ii. Budesonide i. Nefopan iii. Fluticasone 5. Topical Mechanism of Action i.
Betamethasone iv. Fluticasone Effects v. Pharmacological therapy Adverse Reactions i. Mineralocorticosteroid ii. Collagen disorder i. Sodium and water retention — Systemic lupus erythromatosis SLE ii. Edema — Discoid lupus erythromatosis DLE iii. Hypokalemic alkalosis — Nephritis syndrome iv. Progressive rise in blood pressure iii. Allergic disorders 2. Hyperglycemia — Angioneuretic edema iii. Muscles weakness — Serum sickness iv.
Susceptibility to infection iv. Autoimmune disorders v. Delayed wound healing — Pemphigus vi. Osteoporosis — Hepatitis vii. Peptic ulceration v. Bronchial asthma viii. Psychiatric disturbance vi. Pulmonary edema ix.
Growth retardation vii. Skin disease x. Suspension of hypothalamopitiutary axis. Shock and septicemia. Apthous ulcer ii.
Desquamative gingivitis iv. Oral lichen planus Classification v. Oral pemphigus 1. Centrally acting vi.
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Postextraction edema. Pulp capping 2. Peripherally acting viii. Pulpotomy i. Competitive blockers. TMJ arthritis a. Intracanal medicament — Pancuronium. Persistent depolarisers 5. Oxidized cellulose Oxycel: These are surgical — Scoline.
Directly acting to control bleeding from extracted socket.
Oxidized regenerated cellulose: These are Indications modified oxygel which does not retard epithelization. Microfibrillar collagen hemostat: I disturbances. Iron substances These are locally applied agents which causes Antibiotics Prophylaxis Regimens control in bleeding. Standard oral Amoxicillin 2 gm 1 hour vasoconstriction action.
It causes cardiac regimen before procedure abnormalities if absorbed systemically. Alternative regimen Clindamycin mg 1 hour 2. Prepared from human or bovine for patients allergic or before plasma, is used as a freeze — dried powder to amoxicillin, Azithromycin mg penicillin or both or 1 hour before or freshly prepared solution.
Used in cephalexin 2 g 1 hour before hemophilia, skin grafting and neurosurgery 3. Patients unable Ampicillin 2 g I. V but never given by injection as can cause to take oral within 30 min.
Patients unable Clindamycin mg I. V within 3. Fibrin foam: Human fibrin is extracted, dried to take oral or 30 min. V within 30 min. Absolute gelatin foam gel foam: Absolute before procedure as powder or porous substance and is best http: Parenteral preparations: Oral preparations: Inhaled preparations: Oxygen iii. Drug Interacting Drug Effect Seen 1.
Antihistamine CNS depressants Increased drowsiness and sedation 2. Salicylates Asprin i. Anticoagulants dicoumarin — Increases anticoagulant effect, thus more bleeding ii. Antacid — Decreases asprin action iii. Corticosteroids — Increase GI bleeding iv.
Oral hypoglycemic — Increases hypoglycemic effect v. Phenytoin — Increases antiepileptic effect 3. Atropine Alcohol — Increases drowsiness 4. Carbamazepine Barbiturates, doxycycline, steroids. Corticosteroid i. Antidiabetic drugs — Increases hypoglycemia action ii. Antihypersensitivity drug — Antagonism iii. Oral contraceptives — Increases anti-inflammatory actions 6. Cotrimoxazole i.
Diuretics — Increases risk of thrombocytopenia ii. Anticoagulants, antiepileptic, oral hypoglycemic — Increases action of these drugs 7. Diazepam CNS depressants — Increases sedation effect 8. Doxycycline i. Penicillin — Decreases penicillin action ii. Barbiturates and antiepileptic — Decreases drug effect 9.
Metronidazole i. Alcohol — Antagonism ii. Antiepileptic — Increases phenytoin toxicity iii. Anticoagulants — Increases anticoagulant effect iv. Barbiturates — Decreases drug effect Penicillin Oral contraceptives — Increases bleeding Tetracyclines i.
Oral contraceptives — Increases bleeding ii. Oral hypoglycemic agents — Increases hypoglycemic effect iii. Methotrexate — Increases methotrexate toxicity http: Malamed SS — Handbook of medical emergen- cies in the dental office, 3rd ed, Harcourt, Brace, Asia — Malamed - Medical 6.
Mc Carthy FM — Medical emergency in dentistry, emergencies in the dental office. Hardman, Limbird, Gilman — Goodman and 7. The phar macological basis of oral and maxillofacial surgery, 4th ed Satoskar — Textbook of Pharmacology.
KD Tripathi — Essentials of medical 9. Tintinalli, Kalan, Stapczynski — Emergency pharmacology, 4th ed. Little, Falace, Miller, Rhodus — Dental management of the medically compromised patients, 6th ed These include scrubbing and Sterilization preparing of operational site. It is the process by which any article, surface or media is made free from all micro-organisms Infection either in the vegetative or in sporing state.
It is the deposition of organisms in the tissue and Disinfection their growth resulting in a host reaction. It is the process by which the number of viable micro-organisms is reduced to an acceptable Cross Infection level, but may not inactivate some viruses and Transmission of infection among patients, bacterial spores. It is a chemical substance which causes disinfec- tion. Sunlight It is done prior to sterilization and disinfection. Drying Asepsis 3.
Filtration i. Membrane filters It is the avoidance of pathological organisms, ii. Rapid and slow sand filters methods to prevent contamination of wound iii. Earthen and asbestos filters. Radiators with the area. Ionizing radiations ii. Non ionizing radiations. Antisepsis 5. Vibration It is the procedure or application of antiseptic i. Sonic vibration solution. This inhibits micro-organisms growth ii.
Ultrasonic vibration http: It works on the principles of a ii.
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For light load of instruments: Alcohol Temperature: For wrapped instruments: Aldehyde Temperature: Dyes — Aniline Advantages — Acryline It is a rapid and most effective procedure for 4.
Halogens sterilization of cloth, surgical packs and towel — Iodide packs where other methods cannot be used. Phenol — Cresol Disadvantages — Chlorhexidine Items sensitive to high temperature cannot be 6. Gases used. This method can rust carbon steel instru- — Ethylene oxide ments and leads to coagulation of powder items. Surface active agents — Cationic salts — Anionic salts — Non-ionic salts. For a room of cc a box of gm KMnO4 potassium permanganate and ml of formalin is mixed and kept. Formaldehyde gas is released which is allowed to circulate in the closed room for hrs after which the gas is allowed to escape before being used.
Autoclave http: Half hour cycle Parameter Used Pressure: But, sterilization as it does not kill spores. It is used ethylene oxide is hazardous for certain in cases where autoclaving or other methods are instruments and even for some patients.
It destroys the blood borne pathogens. Pressure cookers etc are similar Parameters Used as it increases the temperature and creates condition similar to that in an autoclave.
Conventional Method Temperature: They usually cleaned of blood and debris before sterilization provide larger space at low cost. Preprosthetic oral and maxillofacial surgery. Pediatric Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. A text book of oral pathology. In varicocele the demonstration of late accumulation of activity in the venous structures is diagnostic . The remaining false negative cases are primarily due to spontaneous detorsion or incomplete torsion and the scan therefore reflects the actual state of perfusion at the time of examination.
Scrotal scintigraphy is a simple, accurate and functional imaging technique to diagnose acute scrotal pain giving the clinician a diagnostic edge. References Conflicts of Interest None identified Acute scrotal symptoms in boys with an intermediate clinical presentation. Comparison of color doppler sonography and scintigraphy. Radiology ; Immediate exploration of the unilateral acute scrotum in young male subjects. J Urol ; Preoperative diagnosis of testicular torsion.
Urology ; 1: Williamson RCN. Torsion of the testis and allied conditions. Br J Surg ; Torsion of the spermatic cord: A review of the literature and an analysis of 70 new cases. Adult testicular torsion. Urology ; Torsion of the spermatic cord.
Urol Clin North Am ; 9: A retrospective study of patients. J Fam Pract ; Nuclear Medicine: The Requisites. Mosby, ; Book Review SM Balaji, editor. Postural hypotension is more likely if the patient is using antihypertensive drugs and such patients are more susceptible to the hypotensive effects of general anaesthetics. Epididymo-orchitis: A retrospective study of patients. Color Atlas of Minor Oral Surgery, 2nd ed. These are not indicated for every patient; indeed, their cost and the delay involved in completing them make it necessary to limit their use.
Some patients are under treatment with bronchodilators in the form of an inhaler, while others may use corticosteroid aerosol inhalers. A review of the literature and an analysis of 70 new cases. Oral wound healing - cell biology and clinical management ProQ.
Urgent Conditions that can progress to emergencies if treatment is long delayed, for example subacute infections and neoplasms. Acute scrotal symptoms in boys with an intermediate clinical presentation.
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