The influence of preparation technique and sodium hypochlorite on removal of pulp and predentine from root canals of posterior teeth.

@article{Evans2001TheIO,
  title={The influence of preparation technique and sodium hypochlorite on removal of pulp and predentine from root canals of posterior teeth.},
  author={Gillie E Evans and Paul M Speight and Kishor Gulabivala},
  journal={International endodontic journal},
  year={2001},
  volume={34 4},
  pages={322-30}
}
AIM To test the null hypothesis that removal of pulp tissue and predentine from root canals of multirooted teeth is not significantly different when performed by one of two mechanical preparation techniques in conjunction with either water or 3% sodium hypochlorite (NaOCl) irrigation. METHODOLOGY Forty-six freshly extracted premolar or molar teeth, with pulps vital at the time of extraction, were assigned to four groups balanced by anatomy (group 1, step-back filing/NaOCl; group 2, step-back… CONTINUE READING

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The influence of preparation technique and sodium hypochlorite on removal of pulp and predentine from root canals of posterior teeth .
To test the null hypothesis that removal of pulp tissue and predentine from root canals of multirooted teeth is not significantly different when performed by one of two mechanical preparation techniques in conjunction with either water or 3% sodium hypochlorite ( NaOCl ) irrigation . METHODOLOGY .
The influence of preparation technique and sodium hypochlorite on removal of pulp and predentine from root canals of posterior teeth .
To test the null hypothesis that removal of pulp tissue and predentine from root canals of multirooted teeth is not significantly different when performed by one of two mechanical preparation techniques in conjunction with either water or 3% sodium hypochlorite ( NaOCl ) irrigation . METHODOLOGY .
The influence of preparation technique and sodium hypochlorite on removal of pulp and predentine from root canals of posterior teeth .
To test the null hypothesis that removal of pulp tissue and predentine from root canals of multirooted teeth is not significantly different when performed by one of two mechanical preparation techniques in conjunction with either water or 3% sodium hypochlorite ( NaOCl ) irrigation . METHODOLOGY .
The influence of preparation technique and sodium hypochlorite on removal of pulp and predentine from root canals of posterior teeth .
The influence of preparation technique and sodium hypochlorite on removal of pulp and predentine from root canals of posterior teeth .
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