Zaleplon (Sonata) oral sedation for outpatient third molar extraction surgery

Anesthesia Progress
Steven I GanzbergF Michael Beck

Abstract

Zalpelon was compared with triazolam for oral sedation in a third molar surgery model using a double-blind crossover design. Factors such as anxiolysis, amnesia, and quality of sedation were assessed. Of the 14 participants who completed the study, zaleplon sedation was found to be similar to triazolam sedation in all regards except that recovery from zaleplon was more rapid.

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Sep 29, 2007·Anesthesia Progress·Mark DonaldsonBrian Chanpong
Nov 21, 2012·Journal of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery : Official Journal of the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons·Paul G SimsDavid W Todd
Sep 14, 2010·Dental Clinics of North America·Chester J SokolowskiSean G Boynes

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