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Midazolam Vs Propofol in Minor Oral surgical Procedure   Navin Kumar,ARVIND KUMAR and Sushil K. Gupta

Midazolam Vs Propofol in Minor Oral surgical Procedure

76 страниц. 2012 год.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
Dentistry over the years has been held by lay man as a feeling of dread. This fear of the dentist over the generations has been mainly due to unpleasant experiences incurred by the patient either due to lack of knowledge or of previous dreadful experiences of dental treatment narrated to them. In routine practice we encounter certain circumstances which do not empower the practitioner neither to use general anaesthesia nor it is advised to carry out the procedure under local anaesthesia alone. Thus the lack of understanding of the conveyed verbal massage to these patients made the attempted procedure virtually a nightmare to the attending surgeon which resulted in an inferior surgical outcome. Hence the technique of anaesthesia in the form of CONSCIOUS SEDATION was developed.
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