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Clinical Effectiveness of Snail Slime as Topical Anesthetic

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Madeleine Charlaike

on 3 November 2012

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Transcript of Clinical Effectiveness of Snail Slime as Topical Anesthetic

Clinical Effectiveness of Snail Slime
(Achatina fulica)
as Topical Anesthetic topical anesthetic pain
anxiety Methodology Effectiveness Results Modified Hot Plate Test Controlled Group:
commercial topical anesthetic gel Experimental Group:
snail slime Experimental Group Controlled Group Treatment Groups Baseline Post-treatment Hotelling's
T-test snail slime has an
anesthetic effect Conclusion Achatina fulica Bowdich Since snails are considered to be agricultural pests, the researchers conducted a study so that the medical field and the environment would benefit from the snails by utilizing them as a source of anesthetic substance in Dentistry. Objective: Test for Mucin
(10% acetic acid) Test for Chloride
(silver nitrate) Test for Amine
(Ninhydrin solution) C.A.J.V. Miranda,
M.F.E. Fullante,
L.A.R. Tantamco,
L.P.M. Velasco,
R.R. Barcarse,
P.P. Lim The use of test animals (Balb-C mice) was approved by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) of the University.
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