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ORAL THERAPEUTICS AND PHARMACOLOGY
Xylocaine(R) and Citanest(R) in cartridge form (all contain 1.8 mL) are currently often used as local anesthetics in not only general but also pediatric dentistry. The purpose of this investigation was to clinically examine the efficacy of the ORA(R) inj. cartridge (1.0 mL) in pediatric dentistry. The following findings were obtained, based on an examination of 29 cases (14 boys and 15 girls). 1. The average quantity of ORA (R) inj. cartridge (1.0 mL) usage was 0.72 mL in children. In mostdoi:10.11263/jsotp1982.19.112 fatcat:ghznliiuebcvvpeqkihdt6wmim