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1.  Scientific Abstracts 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(6):196-198.
PMCID: PMC2515765
2.  Sweetening the beats gone sour. 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(6):186-191.
PMCID: PMC2515763  PMID: 1062950
3.  News Release 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(6):191.
PMCID: PMC2515760
5.  A.S.A. approves program. 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(6):184-185.
PMCID: PMC2515758  PMID: 1062949
6.  Textbook of Medicine 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(6):200-201.
PMCID: PMC2515757
10.  Letters to the Editor 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(6):203-204.
PMCID: PMC2515753  PMID: 19598496
11.  Letters to the Editor 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(6):203.
PMCID: PMC2515762  PMID: 19598495
12.  Letters to the Editor 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(6):203.
PMCID: PMC2515754  PMID: 19598497
14.  Rectal pentothal sedation for selected patients. 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(5):151-154.
PMCID: PMC2516735  PMID: 1060389
15.  A New Self Aspirating Plunger* 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(5):158-161.
In another approach to the problem of aspiration before injection of local anesthetics, a new self aspirating plunger was designed. It is composed of similar materials currently in use. Its action is simply the elastic return of a temporarily stretched diaphragm in the center of the plunger. A gentle pressure and release will cause aspiration. No harpoon is used; therefore the cartridge can be more quickly loaded and changed. No special syringe is needed.
Stanley C. Harris has said, “one of the most insidious dangers in therapeutics is the complacency which develops when undesirable reactions are infrequent. With local anesthesia, this complacency is intensified by the knowledge that local anesthetics are given intravenously by intention in certain medical procedures. However, when this procedure is employed, the patient is hospitalized, in an operating room with emergency equipment and drugs instantly available.”1
Dentists are aware of the possible consequences of intravascular injection of local anesthetics and know that these can range from lack of anesthesia to an unplesant experience or to a rare lethal one.2-3 Case histories of complications of intravascular injection appear regularly in the literature. The presence of the anesthetic in the blood can easily be demonstrated.4
PMCID: PMC2516732  PMID: 1060391
19.  Scientific Abstracts 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(5):162-164.
PMCID: PMC2516728
20.  Hepatitis B 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(5):141-143.
PMCID: PMC2516734  PMID: 19598494
21.  Propanolol Withdrawal 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(5):136.
PMCID: PMC2516739  PMID: 19598493
22.  Scientific Abstracts 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(4):126-129.
PMCID: PMC2235679
24.  Letter to the Editor 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(4):124.
PMCID: PMC2235683  PMID: 19598491
25.  Topical Anesthesia for Periodontal Procedures 
Anesthesia Progress  1975;22(4):105-108.
PMCID: PMC2235681  PMID: 19598486

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