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Sedative Effect of Sublingual Midazolam after Oral Chloral Hydrate or Hydroxyzine in Children

Lee H, Baek K, Jung S

Recently combining regimen of minimal doses of chloral hydrate, hydroxyzine and midazolam is good in sedation of children. Midazoalm, water soluble benzdiazepine, has rapid onset and relatively short duration of...
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The Comparison of Behavioral Response of Additional Submucosal Midazolam with Oral Chloral Hydrate, Hydroxyzine and Nitrous Oxide for Pediatric Conscious Sedation

Park H, Baek K, Jung S

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Safety and Efficacy of Submucosal Midazolam When Combined with Oral Chloral Hydrate, Hydroxyzine and Nitrous Oxide Sedation by using Houpt's Scale

Park M, Kim Y, Jung S, Beak K

BACKGROUND: The purpose of this study was to compare the clinical safety and effect with and without additional submucosal midazolam to oral chloral hydrate and hydroxyzine when used for pediatric...
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Effect of Submucosal Midazolam on Percutaneous Saturation Percentage of Oxygen (SpOâ‚‚), End-tidal Carbon Dioxide (EtCOâ‚‚) and Physiologic Response When Combined with Chloral Hydrate, Hydroxyzine and Nitrous Oxide Sedation

Yu J, Kim Y, Jung S, Baek K

BACKGROUND: The aim of this study was to examine the difference of SpOâ‚‚, PR, EtCOâ‚‚, RR with submucosal injection of midazolam to oral chloral hydrate and hydroxyzine for pediatric patients METHODS:...
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The Sedative Effects of Submucosal Midazolam in Children

Lee YE, Park MK, Kim YH, Jung SH, Baek KW

PURPOSE: This retrospective study assessed the effectiveness of submucosal (SM) midazolam (M), oral chloral hydrate (CH), hydroxyzine (H), and nitrous oxide (N) 99 uncooperative pediatric dental patients over 182 sedation...
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