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1. The pulse rate of patients after application of racemic epinephrine-impregnated retraction cords depends more on the level of anxiety and stress than on the level of the epinephrine. 2. Blood pressure is elevated by placement of racemic epinephrine-impregnated retraction cords upon an exposed vascular bed or lacerated tissue. 3. Four percent racemic… (More)
Cavity disinfection, indirect pulp capping, and direct pulp capping have been discussed in light of present day knowledge of the biology of the pulp. A format has been presented to the restorative dentist which has had long-standing clinical acceptance based on some scientific data and clinical evidence to substantiate the treatment radionale.
The apical sealing ability of a tricalcium phosphate sealer was compared with that of three other sealers. Seventy roots of human incisors were cleansed and shaped and randomly assigned to one of seven groups of ten roots each. The root canal systems were obturated with gutta-percha and one sealer using the lateral-vertical condensation technique. The canal… (More)