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Two drugs (Piroxicam and Prednisolone)are being compared for post operative endodontic pain after a single visit root canal treatment for 74 hours.
To evaluate effectiveness of single dose premedication with piroxicam(20mg) and prednisolone(20mg) on post endodontic pain after a single visit root canal treatment .
patient will be recalled every day for 4 days to know the pain scale using visual analogue scale .
Post-operative Endodontic Pain
Piroxicam 20 mg, prednisolone 20 mg
Dow University of Health Sciences
Published on BioPortfolio: 2019-10-14T10:28:17-0400
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