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1.  Pharmacological Methods and Research Issues in the Management of the Adult Patient 
Anesthesia Progress  1986;33(1):14-17.
Much information about anesthetic/sedative safety is not currently available. Although some information about mortality and its presumed cause has been published, it is based upon retrospective surveys. Even less information is available about morbidity of popular drug combinations used in an outpatient dental setting. Although a number of papers have reported complications from popular intravenous sedative/anesthetic drugs, no large-scale, reliable, prospective data is available to determine the safety of certain drugs, combinations of drugs, or specific types of sedative/anesthetic techniques.
PMCID: PMC2175436  PMID: 3458382
2.  Physostigmine: An Antidote for Excessive CNS Depression or Paradoxical Rage Reactions Resulting from Intravenous Diazepam 
Anesthesia Progress  1985;32(3):87-92.
A review of the pharmacology and use of the drug physostigmine is presented. Of particular interest is the drug's capability to reverse excessive somnolence or paradoxical responses caused by intravenous diazepam (Valium®) and other clinically available benzodiazepines. Its use for the treatment of anticholinergic syndrome is discussed and incidence and characterization of side effects documented. Recommendations are made for appropriate emergency use.
PMCID: PMC2148506  PMID: 3865559
3.  The Changing Fellowship Exam 
Anesthesia Progress  1982;29(5):128-129.
PMCID: PMC2515578  PMID: 19598639
4.  Recovery from Nitrous Sedation 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(4):113-116.
PMCID: PMC2235675  PMID: 19598488

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