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Brady P.;Gallagher C.;McCarthy C.;O'Halloran K.;McCreary C.;Ioham G.
2017
August
Journal of oral surgery
Capnography monitoring during dental conscious sedation
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Capnography Conscious Sedation Procedural Sedation Respiratory Depression
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3
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2016 The British Association of Oral Surgeons and John Wiley & Sons Ltd Aim: This article aims to provide some useful information on implementing capnography monitoring and interpretation in an oral surgery setting. Materials and Methods: Information gleaned from experience in the use of microstream capnography for patients undergoing conscious sedation is presented. Results: Waveform trend rather than quantitative measurement of end tidal carbon dioxide is emphasised for monitoring spontaneously breathing patients. Conclusion: The information presented provides dentistry-specific information on capnography monitoring.
1752-2471
10.1111/ors.12239
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