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Increase in volume of lignocaine/adrenaline-containing local anaesthetic solution causes increase in acute postoperative pain after gingivectomy
Penulis
: L. Jorkjend,* L. A. Skoglund
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: 3
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: Blackwell Synergy
Tahun
: 2000
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Local anaesthetic agents are the most commonly used analgesics for relieving the peroperative and postoperative pain associated with dental treatment. There are many local anaesthetics available with a wide selection of vasoconstricting agents that improve the clinical efficacy and the duration of the local anaesthetic by decreasing the absorption rate of the local anaesthetic agent. In Scandinavia there seems to be a general clinical preference, irrespective of type of dental treatment, for local anaesthetics that contain lignocaine 2% combined with adrenaline in a concentration of 1/80 000.

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