o Eugenol Which topical anesthetic is used to produce a temporary loss of

O eugenol which topical anesthetic is used to produce

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o Eugenol Which topical anesthetic is used to produce a temporary loss of sensation on the oral mucosa, but could possibly cause an allergic response as a side effect? o Tincture of benzoin What non-narcotic analgesic is prescribed when there is a temporomandibular joint (TMJ) and myofascial pain dysfunction (MPD)? o Ibuprofen An article placed into the ultrasonic cleaning unit normally should remain there for: o 10 to 15 minutes Which of the following controlled substances is classified as a Code R substance in the Federal supply system? o Percodan What action should you take when the culture test for a bacteriological spore strip or spore vial is positive and the control strip or vial is also positive? o Suspend use of the sterilizer What is the shelf life of (sterilized) packaged articles, wrapped in nonwoven material, plastic, nylon or plastic and paper laminate when heat sealed? o 6 months Which of the following drugs is not a local anesthetic? o Ethrane Which of the following measures is inappropriate when splashes, spray, or splatter on forearms (exposure to blood or OPIM) are anticipated by the DHCW? o Military duty uniforms What nonnarcotic analgesic is prescribed when a patient is allergic to aspirin?
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o Tylenol Which one of the following chemical disinfectants is not caustic to body tissues? o Iodophors How long does it take to sterilize burs and other small dental instruments in a dry heat sterilizer when the temperature is set at 340 degrees Fahrenheit? o 1 hour Which agent is used in dentistry to relieve patient apprehension, treat preoperative insomnia, induce sleep, and induce sleep in the presence of pain when combined with analgesics? o Hypnotics Which narcotic analgesic is not prescribed together with MAO inhibitor drugs? o Meperidine hydrochloride According to schedule III classification of controlled substances, which of the following may lead to moderate to low physical dependence? o Tylenol #3 Which of the following diseases can be transmitted by dental instruments that have come in contact with contaminated blood? o Hepatitis B What is the title of DD Form 1289? o DOD Prescription At the beginning of the working day, the dental specialist routinely flushes water through the drinking water dispense, air/water syringe, and high-speed handpiece for no less than: o 3 to 5 minutes What are spherical bacteria called? o Coccus How is Ethrane administered? o Inhalation Which antibiotic is used as a substitute for penicillin for hypersensitive patients or for organisms resistant to penicillin? o Erythromycin
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Local anesthetics usually contain a vasoconstricting drug. Which of the following drug is a vasoconstrictor? o Levonodefrin Which hemostatic agent is used primarily to control capillary bleeding from within extraction sockets?
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