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RODRIGUEZ SANCHEZ, Pedro Manuel et al. Hypnotic anesthesia as theonly procedure for analgesia in exodontics. Stomatological and neurophysiological modeling. Multimed [online]. 2020, vol.24, n.6, pp.1312-1332.  Epub 04-Nov-2020. ISSN 1028-4818.

Hypnosis is a valuable technique for clinical intervention, and for the treatment of a wide variety of psychological and medical problems. Based on insufficient theoretical and practical knowledge on the application of exclusive hypnotic analgesia, without pharmacological anesthetics in exodontics, a quasi-experimental study was carried out, with the aim of modeling and validating a technique from neurophysiology and dentistry. A control group that received pharmacological anesthesia (lidocaine with epinephrine) was designated for exodontics, and another study or experimental group, which received hypnotic anesthesia exclusively. Patients were assigned to each group from the universe formed by those who attended the Elective Exodontics consultation of Polyclinic 3 René Vallejo Ortiz in the period from September 2015 to September 2017. For the case of the experimental group it was considered for the assignment that were hypertensive, or that presented absolute contraindication of pharmacological anesthesia by allergy or anaphylaxis. 11 extractions were chosen in each group. Neutral hypnosis and therapeutic use were particularly modeled, with control of neurysiological markers and dentistry. The Sign Test was used for statistical analysis. Significantly, in the experimental group, less perception of intraoperative and postoperative pain, as well as less bleeding and minor complications, was found in the experimental group, allowing this procedure to be validated for patients who cannot receive chemical anesthesia.

Palabras clave : Anesthesia; Hypnosis; Neurophysiology; Exodontics; Pain; Stomatology.

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