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Primary Closure of Deep Penetrating Wounds under Local Anesthesia with Dental Lidocaine HCL 28 Ampules in Maxillofacial Regions: Report of Two Cases

Kim JB, Yoo JH

The wide deep penetrating wound of maxillofacial region should be early closed under emergency general anesthesia for the prevention of complications of bleeding, infection, shock & residual scars. But, if the...
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Relationship between Bispectral Index, Sedation Score and Plasma Concentration, during Midazolam Sedation

Park EJ, Kim HJ, Park CJ, Yum KW

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Propofol Patient-Controlled Sedation Using WalkMed (Medex Inc, USA) Infusion Pump in Dental Patients

Kim HJ, Park CJ, Yum KW

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A Comparison of Cardiovascular Effects between Orotracheal Intubation and Nasotracheal Intubation

Kim DO, Choi YK

BACKGROUND: This prospective study was designed to compare the cardiovascular response to endotracheal insertion of either an orotracheal tube or a nasotracheal tube. METHODS: 120 ASA physical status I and II...
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Day Stay Anesthesia in Dentistry

Lee DI

Day stay anesthesia should include: rapid smooth onset; rapid recovery without residual side effects; absence of adverse effects (N/V); and providing postoperative analgesia. General anesthesia with multi-modalities (inhalation, intravenous and...
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Inhalation Sedation in Dentistry

Kim HJ

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