Gas in Dentistry; Nitrous Oxide Is Called Unsafe And Substitutes Are Suggested

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Gas in Dentistry; Nitrous Oxide Is Called Unsafe And Substitutes Are Suggested

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Nitrous oxide, the gas given by dentists when teeth are to be extracted, was introduced a century ago. In a paper which he read before the American Society for the Advancement of General Anesthesia in Dentistry. Dr. M. Hillel Feldman branded it as unsafe

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'Gas in Dentistry; Nitrous Oxide Is Called Unsafe And Substitutes Are Suggested', New York Times

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“Gas in Dentistry; Nitrous Oxide Is Called Unsafe And Substitutes Are Suggested,” Past Periodicals, accessed February 26, 2021, https://unsettlingscientificstories.omeka.net/items/show/21615.