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Published in Clinical Dentistry

Journal Scan / Research · May 20, 2024

The Addition of Acetaminophen to Ibuprofen Sodium Dihydrate (ISD) Showed No Significant Differences From ISD Alone in Controlling Untreated Endodontic Pain

Journal of Endodontics




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Journal of Endodontics
Pain Reduction of Ibuprofen Sodium Dihydrate Alone and in Combination with Acetaminophen in an Untreated Endodontic Pain Model: A Randomized, Double-blind Investigation
J Endod 2024 Apr 22;[EPub Ahead of Print], M Palya, JM Chevere, M Drum, S Fowler, J Nusstein, A Reader, A Ni

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