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DETERMINATION OF THE MAXIMUM INHIBITORY DILUTION OF CETYLPYRIDINIUM CHLORIDE-BASED MOUTHWASHES AGAINST STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS: AN IN VITRO STUDY
TLDR
CPC-mouthwashes showed antimicrobial activity against S. aureus and the addition of other substances to CPC improved its antimicrobial effect.
RADIOPACITY EVALUATION OF ROOT-END FILLING MATERIALS BY DIGITIZATION OF IMAGES
TLDR
The tested root-end filling materials presented different radiopacities, white/grey MTA and Super EBA being the least radiopaque materials.
MAXIMUM INHIBITORY DILUTION OF MOUTHWASHES CONTAINING CHLORHEXIDINE AND POLYHEXAMETHYLENE BIGUANIDE AGAINST SALIVARY STAPHYLOCOCCUS AUREUS
TLDR
It was concluded that CHX-based mouthwashes present better antimicrobial activity against S. Aureus than the PHMB-based Mouthwash.
Solubility, porosity and fluid uptake of calcium silicate-based cements
TLDR
BIO had the highestsolubility in the conventional test and MTA had higher porosity and fluid uptake and ZOE had lower values of solubility, porosity, andfluid uptake.
EVALUATION OF THE THERMOPLASTICITY OF DIFFERENT GUTTA-PERCHA CONES AND THE TC SYSTEM
TLDR
The gutta-percha from TC system present good thermoplasticity capacity, and the Roeko brand showed higher thermoplastics than the others (p<0.05).
Surgical repair of a pseudoaneurysm of the ascending aorta after aortic valve replacement.
TLDR
The corrective surgery, which consisted of a reinforced suture of the communication with the ascending aorta after opening and aspiration of the cavity of the pseudoaneurysm, was successfully performed through a complete sternotomy using extracorporeal circulation, femorofemoral cannulation, and moderate hypothermia, with no aortic clamping.
Biocompatibility and bioactivity of calcium silicate-based endodontic sealers in human dental pulp cells
TLDR
The hDPCs were suitable for the evaluation of new endodontic materials in vitro and may be considered a promising material for endodentic treatments.
HISTOMICROBIOLOGIC ASPECTS OF THE ROOT CANAL SYSTEM AND PERIAPICAL LESIONS IN DOGS' TEETH AFTER ROTARY INSTRUMENTATION AND INTRACANAL DRESSING WITH Ca(OH)2 PASTES
TLDR
The histomicrobiological analysis showed that the rotary instrumentation and the different calcium hydroxide pastes employed did not effectively eliminate the infection from the RCS and periapical lesions, however, several bacteria seen in the histological sections were probably dead or were inactivated by the biomechanical preparation and calcium Hydroxide-based intracanal dressing.
ELIMINATION OF INTRACANAL INFECTION IN DOGS' TEETH WITH INDUCED PERIAPICAL LESIONS AFTER ROTARY INSTRUMENTATION: INFLUENCE OF DIFFERENT CALCIUM HYDROXIDE PASTES
TLDR
Rotary instrumentation plus NaOCl 5.25% associated with intracanal medication produced a drastic reduction or elimination of intracanAL microbiota, whose performance was not influenced by the nature of the vehicle or the antiseptic added to the Ca(OH)2 p.a.
Cytotoxicity and genotoxicity of calcium silicate-based cements on an osteoblast lineage.
TLDR
CSC and CSCR2 presented a better response to apoptosis and genotoxicity evaluation in the 10 mg/mL concentration, and demonstrated a considerable potential for use as reparative materials.
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