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Vincent's Angina - is usually called "trench mouth" and a pseudomembranous ulceration affecting the edges of the gums, the mucosa of the mouth, the tonsils and pharynx caused by spirochets and a fusiform bacillus

Signs and symptoms

  • painful bleeding gums
  • painful upon talking and swallowing
  • fever
  • lymph nodes in the neck
Nursing Care
  • mouthwash hourly or irrigation
  • soft diet or liquid diet to reduce trauma of the gums and avoid acidic odor
  • sterilizing utensils


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