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Rate of bacterial recolonization of the skin after preparation: Four methods compared
Fifteen volunteers lay supine for 3 hours in an empty operating theatre. Five rectangular areas were marked on the abdomen of each volunteer and a different antiseptic preparation was applied to fourExpand
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Composite resin short-post technique for primary anterior teeth.
A technique using a "mushroom shaped" composite resin short post constructed inside the pulp-treated root canal provides sufficient retention to build a composite resin crown on the reinforcedExpand
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Do we still need formocresol in pediatric dentistry?
Most pediatric dentists in the United Kingdom and North America1,2 use formocresol pulpotomy for vital primary pulp therapy. In the United Kingdom, 54% of pediatric dentists reported concerns aboutExpand
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Long-term outcomes of primary molar ferric sulfate pulpotomy and root canal therapy.
PURPOSE The purpose of this study was to compare long-term outcomes of ferric sulfate pulpotomy (FS) and primary tooth root canal therapy (RCT) in vital pulps of deciduous molars exposed to cariesExpand
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Evaluation of a laser Doppler flowmeter to assess blood flow in human primary incisor teeth.
PURPOSE This study determined whether the portable Advance Laser Flowmeter Model 21, a clinical instrument, would indicate significant values when pulpal blood flow was present or absent; whether theExpand
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Acute pancreatitis in patients receiving chlorothiazide.
Acute pancreatitis was diagnosed in three women, all 50 years of age or older, who had been taking 0.5 to 1.0 Gm. of chlorothiazide daily for two or three months in the course of treatment forExpand
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The development of ISO 9002 quality management standards for Canadian dental practices.
The department of dentistry of the Hospital for Sick Children has actively maintained a quality assurance system since the early 1980s. In addition, members of the department have taught courses andExpand
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Effects of chlorothiazide on the pancreas.
Since its introduction into clinical use in 1958 chlorothiazide has gained widespread acceptance as an effective diuretic and hypotensive agent. Because it is effective when taken by mouth, patientsExpand
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Gastric analysis; evaluation of collection techniques.
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