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- 1.1. Salivary depressants are useful in dentistry when a dry field is required.
- 2.2. Five different medications, including a placebo, were tested on twenty-two subjects, aged 8 to 12 years, of approximately the same body weight.
- 3.3. The method of evaluation and the apparatus employed were satisfactory for this study.
- 4.4. The medical examination determined the physical reactions to the administration of these salivary depressants. A reflex reaction test should be added to the physical examination to determine the presence of drowsiness.
- 5.5. Banthine was the most effective salivary depressant, but Phenergan and Elorine may be advantageous for some dental procedures.
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