Malcolm Gough

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The fit of In-Ceram copings and crowns was investigated in a laboratory study. Two methods were used, one a direct sectioning technique and the other a cement analogue technique using addition-cured polyvinylsiloxane impression material. The former method involved 40 crowns cemented and sectioned on their respective electroformed silver dies. For the second(More)
This paper describes the use of 50 appliances which have been used to produce a localised occlusal space prior to the restoration of teeth. These were provided for 45 patients aged 19 to 69 years at the Eastman Dental Hospital London between 1981 and 1994. The concept is similar to that described by Dahl, the space being produced by the teeth in contact(More)
OBJECTIVES Nursing is a safety critical activity but not easily quantified. This makes the building of predictive staffing models a challenge. The aim of this study was to determine if relationships between registered and non-registered nurse staffing levels and clinical outcomes could be discovered through the mining of routinely collected clinical data.(More)
This paper describes the use of 50 appliances which have been used to produce a localised occlusal space prior to the restoration of teeth. These were provided for 45 patients aged 19 to 69 years at the Eastman Dental Hospital London between 1981 and 1994. The concept is similar to that described by Dahl, the space being produced by the teeth in contact(More)
Oral diazepam 0.25 mg/kg or 0.5 mg/kg was employed as premedication in one hundred and one children undergoing elective surgery. The drug failed to modify the rise in cardiorespiratory indices of preanaesthetic anxiety compared with control values, and there was no difference between the two doses assessed by a sedation scoring system. 0.25 mg/kg diazepam(More)
Successful crown and bridgework relies heavily upon the precise use of temporary restorations. It is the importance of this stage in crown and bridgework, perhaps more than any other, that is so often underestimated. This article reviews the materials currently available for temporary restorations and assesses the various methods of construction.
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