Gordon S. Marshall

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The hemostatic efficacy, as well as the cardiovascular effects, of two hemostatic agents currently used during endodontic surgery was examined. The hemostatic agents used were epinephrine pellets (Racellet pellets) or 20% ferric sulfate (Viscostat). Patients were assigned to one of two experimental groups. Blood pressure and pulse rate were recorded pre-(More)
The purpose of this study was to compare the frequency of canal and intradentin cracks after intraradicular post removal using ultrasonic instrumentation or the Gonan post removal system. Sixty cadaver teeth were divided into 4 groups of 15 teeth each: group 1, ultrasonic removal; group 2, Gonan post removal system; group 3, cemented posts not removed; and(More)
OBJECTIVES This study compared the pain response of a group of 40 volunteers to the Wand with the response to syringe injections. STUDY DESIGN Of 240 total injections given, 120 were with the Wand system, and 120 were with the traditional aspirating syringe. Three injections were evaluated: injections to the middle superior alveolar (MSA) of the maxillary(More)
One hundred randomly selected nulliparous, normotensive women were subjected to the roll-over test between 28 and 32 weeks' gestation. Twenty-five women had a positive test. Thirteen of those 25 women developed pre-eclampsia requiring magnesium sulfate therapy. Eight had transient hypertension during labor requiring no therapy. Four had no evidence of(More)
The purpose of this study was to compare canal transportation in moderately curved canals using mechanical instrumentation systems. Mesial roots of mandibular first or second molars were mounted in resin using a modified Bramante muffle system and divided into four groups. The roots were cross-sectioned 2 mm from the working length and at the height of root(More)
This study, funded by the National Breast Screening Programme, was undertaken in 1992 at the Helen Garrod Breast Screening Unit, Nottingham. In a sample of 400 women who attended first round screening in 1989 and remained eligible for screening 10 per cent failed to attend triennial recall. A sample of a further 400 women who had been screened previously(More)
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