Management of pain & anxiety in the dental office /
[editors],Raymond A. Dionne, James C. Phero, Daniel E. Becker.
New York : Saunders, c2002.
xii, 418 p. : ill., ; 24 cm.
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New York : Saunders, c2002.
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Table of Contents
Principles Of Pain And Anxiety Control Overcoming pain and anxiety in dentistry Raymond
Mechanisms of orofacial pain and analgesia
Nonpharmacologic methods for managing pain and anxiety
Basic physiologic considerations
Preoperative assessment
Pharmacologic Considerations
Local anesthetics
Therapeutic uses of non-opioid analgesics
Opioid analgesics and antagonists
Anxiolytics and sedative-hypnotics
General anesthetics
Intraoperative Management of Pain and Anxiety
Airway management
Local anesthetic techniques and adjuncts
Nitrous oxide sedation
Oral and rectal sedation Raymond A. Dionne and Larry D. Trapp
Intravenous and intramuscular sedation
Deep sedation and general anesthesia
Management of complications and emergencies
Management Of Patients With Special Requirements
Pediatric sedation Milton
Anesthesia for the developmentally disabled patient
Diagnosis and Management of Chronic Orofacial Pain
Behavioral management in patients with temporomandibular disorders
Diagnosis of chronic orofacial pain
Pharmacologic treatments for temporomandibular disorders and other orofacial pain
Physical medicine for masticatory pain and dysfunction
Treatment of stomatitis and oropharyngeal pain in the oncology patient 50
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