oa South African Medical Journal - Trilene-gas-air in dental and minor surgery Minor. Surgery
|Article Title||Trilene-gas-air in dental and minor surgery Minor. Surgery|
|© Publisher:||Health and Medical Publishing Group (HMPG)|
|Journal||South African Medical Journal|
|Author||S. Smiedt, N.C. & Winer|
|Publication Date||Feb 1948|
|Pages||142 - 144|
|Keyword(s)||De Caux-McKesson, Dental surgery, General anaesthesia, Minor surgery, Post-anaesthetic sequelae and Trilene-gas-air|
A report on the use of gas, air and Trilene ancesthesia for dental and other minor procedures is presented. The advantages over gas and air and gas and oxygen are: Increased operating time. Higher oxygen administration. Greater relaxation. Easier control and greater flexibility. Lower cost of administration. The untoward sequelce are on a par with the methods at present in use. The apparatus is more portable and certainly less cumbersome than is necessary for gas and oxygen. A simple new device, when used with the De Caux-McKesson apparatus, allows for a variety of mixtures of this anaesthetic to reach the nose-piece.
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