Ibuprofen arginine for pain control during scaling and root planing: a randomized, triple-blind trial.

@article{Ettlin2006IbuprofenAF,
  title={Ibuprofen arginine for pain control during scaling and root planing: a randomized, triple-blind trial.},
  author={Dominik A. Ettlin and Andreas Ettlin and Kathrin Bless and Milo Alan Puhan and Corrado Bernasconi and H C Tillmann and Sandro Palla and Luigi Maria Gallo},
  journal={Journal of clinical periodontology},
  year={2006},
  volume={33 5},
  pages={
          345-50
        }
}
OBJECTIVES The aim of this controlled clinical trial was to investigate the analgesic efficacy and tolerability of ibuprofen arginine in patients with mild-to-moderate periodontitis during and after non-surgical periodontal treatment. METHODS This randomized, triple-blind, placebo-controlled, parallel-group trial assessed the analgesic efficacy of ibuprofen arginine (Spedifen) in patients undergoing routine periodontal scaling and root planing. 64 patients with chronic periodontitis received… Expand
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