volume 52, issue 3, P292-296 1992
DOI: 10.1038/clpt.1992.144
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Abstract: This study evaluated the efficacy of and investigated the site of action of aspirin and acetaminophen placed directly into tooth sockets after bilateral third molar surgery under local anaesthesia. On completion of surgery, 12 patients received in random, blind order either a suspension of aspirin in a methyl cellulose gel (100 mg/ml) in their tooth sockets and an oral placebo or the methyl cellulose alone in their sockets and an oral dose of aspirin (50 mg). The remaining 12 patients were treated in the same …

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