Open Access

Table I

Summary of selected articles.

Ref Year Age/Sex Risk factors Summary
[5] 2019 24/H Drugs (Ibuprofen, Codeine) Angioedema triggered by taking analgesic drugs after fracture of the mandible
[13] 2019 20/H   Successful prerioperative management, with C1-INH prophylaxis
[4] 2016 26 to 54/H-F Anxiety Tooth extraction in 6 patients with HAE type II with C1-INH prophylaxis and anxiety management
[9] 2017 50/F Dental extraction Fatal laryngeal angioedema 2 days after dental extractions in a woman anaware of having HAE type II.
[12] 2015     Review of practitioners' awareness of the different treatments for perioperative management of HAE type II
[14] 2015 13/H   Management with C1-INH prophylaxis.
[11] 2011     Presentation of the clinical aspects of HAE type II, recent data of its management in emergency and perioperative. In hereditary forms, depending on the location and severity of the seizures, emergency treatment is based on the use of Icatibant, a bradykinin B2 receptor antagonist, and of the C1 inhibitor concentrate.
[7] 2011 42/F Pulp extirpation Angioedema triggered by pulp extirpation in a patient unaware of having HAE type II.
[15] 2010 56/H
  Invasive dental care with C1-INH prophylaxis without perioperative complications
[6] 2008 28/F Dental extraction Angioedema several hours after tooth extraction in a patient unaware of having HAE type II
[10] 2003   Dental extraction Four patients died from laryngeal oedema induced by tooth extraction which, after a symptom-free latency of 4 to 30 hours, caused laryngeal edema. Three of the patients died of suffocation the night after surgery and the fourth died the second night.
[8] 2002   Dental impressions Perioral angioedema secondary to taking dental impressions