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RMJ. 2021; 46(4): 925-927


Incidence of pain in single visit endodontic treatment in prescription Vs on demand acetaminophen

Ayousha Iqbal, Taha Rehman, Palwasha Khattak, Mobeen Fatima, Quratulain Qadir, Amna Riaz.

Abstract
Objective: To assess the outcome of over the counter acetaminophen with regular prescription or on demand acetaminophen on post-endodontic pain following treatment.
Methodology: A total of 60 patients were selected, 30 in each group were given prescription SOS or BD. Pain was analyzed on visual analogue scale. Chi square test was run in order to evaluate if there is a statistically significant difference among the two groups.
Results: No statistically significant difference was observed between the two groups. Conclusion: The difference between the on demand and as per prescription management by acetaminophen for pain following single visit endodontic treatment was statistically insignificant.

Key words: Endodontic management, pain, acetaminophen, single visit endodontics.


 
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Iqbal A, Rehman T, Khattak P, Fatima M, Qadir Q, Riaz A. Incidence of pain in single visit endodontic treatment in prescription Vs on demand acetaminophen. RMJ. 2021; 46(4): 925-927.


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Iqbal A, Rehman T, Khattak P, Fatima M, Qadir Q, Riaz A. Incidence of pain in single visit endodontic treatment in prescription Vs on demand acetaminophen. http://www.rmj.org.pk/?mno=30349 [Access: October 14, 2021].


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Iqbal A, Rehman T, Khattak P, Fatima M, Qadir Q, Riaz A. Incidence of pain in single visit endodontic treatment in prescription Vs on demand acetaminophen. RMJ. 2021; 46(4): 925-927.



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Iqbal A, Rehman T, Khattak P, Fatima M, Qadir Q, Riaz A. Incidence of pain in single visit endodontic treatment in prescription Vs on demand acetaminophen. RMJ. (2021), [cited October 14, 2021]; 46(4): 925-927.



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Iqbal, A., Rehman, . T., Khattak, . P., Fatima, . M., Qadir, . Q. & Riaz, . A. (2021) Incidence of pain in single visit endodontic treatment in prescription Vs on demand acetaminophen. RMJ, 46 (4), 925-927.



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Iqbal, Ayousha, Taha Rehman, Palwasha Khattak, Mobeen Fatima, Quratulain Qadir, and Amna Riaz. 2021. Incidence of pain in single visit endodontic treatment in prescription Vs on demand acetaminophen. Rawal Medical Journal, 46 (4), 925-927.



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Iqbal, Ayousha, Taha Rehman, Palwasha Khattak, Mobeen Fatima, Quratulain Qadir, and Amna Riaz. "Incidence of pain in single visit endodontic treatment in prescription Vs on demand acetaminophen." Rawal Medical Journal 46 (2021), 925-927.



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Iqbal, Ayousha, Taha Rehman, Palwasha Khattak, Mobeen Fatima, Quratulain Qadir, and Amna Riaz. "Incidence of pain in single visit endodontic treatment in prescription Vs on demand acetaminophen." Rawal Medical Journal 46.4 (2021), 925-927. Print.



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Iqbal, A., Rehman, . T., Khattak, . P., Fatima, . M., Qadir, . Q. & Riaz, . A. (2021) Incidence of pain in single visit endodontic treatment in prescription Vs on demand acetaminophen. Rawal Medical Journal, 46 (4), 925-927.








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