Intraosseous Injection: A Review
Keywords:Intraosseous anaesthesia; Techniques; Advantages and Disadvantages
The purpose of this article is to detailedly study the intraosseous (IO) injection in dentistry. Successful
treatment of patients relies on the effective manner of delivering local anaesthesia. The conventional aspirating
syringe is the widely used method of administration of local anaesthesia. Problems with administration
include delays between injection and effect, the long duration and post-operation numbness of patients. But
newer methods have been developed that can aid in alleviating pain among which intraosseous injection is
one. This article also focuses on uses, techniques, advantages, disadvantages, and site of administration of
injection and duration.
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