Journal of the Korean Academy of Pediatric Dentistry 2006;33(1):53-61.
Published online February 28, 2006.
THE COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE SEDATIVE EFFECT OF ORAL MIDAZOLAM AND INTRAMUSCULAR MIDAZOLAM IN SEDATING YOUNG PEDIATRIC DENIAL PATIENTS
단국대학교 치과대학 소아치과학교실 
소아 환자에서 미다졸람의 경구 투여와 근육 투여에 의한 진정 효과의 비교 연구
민유진, 유승훈, 김종수
단국대학교 치과대학 소아치과학교실
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Abstract
When routine behavior control is impossible, midazolam is often used for sedation, because it has wide margin of safety, relatively few side-effects and multiple route of administration. Although intramuscular administration of all administration route is frequently used, it is a major source of anxiety, discomfort, and trauma in children. To the contrary, oral administration of midazolam is easily administered and accepted by children. But, it's therapeutic drug concentration has not been established. The purpose of this study was to compare sedation effect and physiologic parameter of oral midazolam which palliate demerits of intramuscular administration in sedating young pediatric patients with intramuscular midazolam Twelve negative children, mean age 62.5 months, who needed at least two separate restorative visits, requiring local anesthesia participated in this study On every visit, one of the following 2 different sedative regimen was given : (1) 0.30mg/kg midazolam by intramuscular administration (2) 0.75mg/kg by oral administration. Physiologic parameter(oxygen saturation, heart rate) was recorded by ten procedure and behavior was videotaped and rated using Ohio State University Behavior Rating Scale and Automated Counting System by one investigator, blind to administration route The analyzed sedative effect of oral midazolam resulted in good sedative effect, comparing to intramuscular route, And there is no statistically difference between oral and intramuscular administration of midazolam (p>0.05).
Key Words: Oral midazolam, Intramuscular midazolam, Physiologic parameter, Behavior


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