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Post-anaesthetic dental extraction analgesia: A comparison of paracetamol, codeine, caffeine (Solpadeine) and diflunisal (Dolobid)

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      Summary

      This open, single dose trial compared the analgesic effect of Solpadeine and diflunisal in patients having dental extractions under general anaesthesia. Both drugs were equally efficacious in their effectiveness as an analgesic and although there were no statistical differences in their rate of onset of action, Solpadeine achieved efficacy faster than diflunisal.

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