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J Korean Acad Pediatr Dent. 2001;28(4): 633-637.
이재춘, 김대업, 이광희, 김성형, 양계식
원광대학교 치과대학 소아치과학교실.원광치의학연구소
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Local anesthesia procedure in pediatric dentistry using needle-tipped syringes is stressful and painful for the child patients The Syrijet Mark II (Mizzy Inc. USA) is a jet injection instrument, which uses high pressure to propel fluids into soft tissue without the use of a hollow neeldle, so it seems to be able to reduce the injection phobia of the child patients. The authors compared the Syrijet with the conventional syringe by assessing the pain level after local anesthetic procedures using CAS(color analogue scale) which was developed from VAS(visual analogue scale). The result showed that the pain was reduced by the use of syrijet. The advantages of syrijet were no use of neeldes, the reuse of the anesthetic cartridge, and the safety to nerves and vessels. The disadvantages were the large size, the high price, and the need of skill to use.
Keywords: Injection | Local anesthesia | Jet injector | Syrijet | Pain
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