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  • Patient Satisfaction with Oral versus Intravenous Sedation for Cataract Surgery: A Randomized Clinical Trial. [Journal Article]
    Ophthalmology 2019; 126(9):1212-1218Peeler CE, Villani CM, … Oral versus Intravenous Sedation Study Group
  • CONCLUSIONS: The use of oral sedation in cataract surgery has been suggested as a cost- and space-saving measure, potentially allowing the transition of some patients from an operating to procedure room or office-based setting. We report the noninferiority of oral compared with intravenous sedation for cataract surgery in a diverse patient population in terms of patient satisfaction.
  • StatPearls: Prescription of Controlled Substances: Benefits and Risks [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Preuss Charles V. CV University of South Florida Kalava Arun A University of South Florida King Kevin C. KC Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center BOOK
  • One of the single most difficult challenges for any prescriber is to distinguish between the legitimate prescription of controlled substances versus the prescription potentially used for illegitimate purposes. To discern the difference prescribers need to understand the signs, symptoms, and treatment of acute and chronic pain as well as the signs and symptoms of patients using controlled substanc…
  • Orexin Receptor Blockade-Induced Sleep Preserves the Ability to Wake in the Presence of Threat in Mice. [Journal Article]
    Front Behav Neurosci 2018; 12:327Iwakawa S, Kanmura Y, Kuwaki T
  • Retention of the ability to wake from sleep in response to dangerous situations is an ideal characteristic of safe hypnotics. We studied the effects of a dual orexin receptor antagonist-22 (DORA-22) and the GABA-A receptor modulator, triazolam, on the ability to wake in response to aversive stimuli. We examined four modalities of sensory inputs, namely, auditory (ultrasonic sound), vestibular (tr…
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