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Background and Aims: Gag is a common complication during dental surgeries that cause the treatment to be problematic and or impossible. Previous studies have suggested various non-medicated interventions such as distracting the patient, behavior therapy, hypnosis, acupuncture, and some medications such as application of sedatives like Nitrox ide 30%, Midazolam and oral Metobenzamid and also herbal substances such as date extract and ginger. Using elaeagnus angustifolia  extract for removing Gag reflex is another method which has received very little attention in literature and due to lack of proper information on the effect of elaeagnus angustifolia extract we launched this study to evaluate the effect of elaeagnus angustifolia  extract suck pills in Dentistry Faculty in year 2015.
Materials and Methods: This clinical trial study was performed on 45 patients. Case group (Experimental 2) sucked the Extract extract tablet and control group received no intervention and placebo group (Experiment 1) were given a simulated non-extractable drink tablet similar in color and size to the original sample. The main condition for inclusion in the study was reflex of nausea and their consent to participate in the study. The tablet was manufactured ex vivo and then examined for nausea in random patients with mild stimulation of the palate and the patient showed it on a Glascow scale ruler. The minutes sucked and we were immediately stimulated by Abselang to measure the nausea on the patient's ruler.
Results: The pre-intervention and mild subtype of nausea reflex were 10.6 in the control group, 10.8 in the placebo group and 10.8 in the case group and in the mean group were 15.2, 14.8, respectively. Finally, in the severe subgroup, there were 17.6, 18, and 17.4, respectively, with no significant difference, which was not statistically significant (P <0.09).
Conclusion: It seems that elaeagnus angustifolia extract cause reduction of Gag reflex. We suggest more extensive study in this area and also complementary studies on the effect of elaeagnus angustifolia extract (Tanon).
Type of Study: Original | Subject: dentistry
Received: 2019/12/2 | Accepted: 2020/02/12

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