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Finding Evidence Table (Dentistry)

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  • 1. Finding Evidence-Based Answers to Clinical Questions – Quickly and EffectivelyI NEED: Example: Resources to consider:An overview of a disease, What are the types of dental Textbooks (print or online)condition, or procedure restorations?(background) MD Consult I have a new patient with sickle cell anemia; I need an overview of this STAT!Ref condition. Dynamed AccessMedicineDrug information What is the preferred dosage of Facts & Comparisons Lidocaine for dental anesthesia? Micromedex DynamedA synthesis of best practice What are the currentrecommendations for disease recommendations for the use of pit Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviewsmanagement and fissure sealants? PubMed: Clinical Queries – Systematic Reviews In a patient who’s recently had surgery to remove their lower National Guideline Clearinghouse wisdom teeth, is ibuprofen more effective than paracetamol for pain ADA Clinical Recommendations relief after the procedure?An answer to a narrow question In a patient undergoing periodontalnot addressed in the synthesis treatment, is virtual reality an PubMed: Clinical Queries – Clinical Study Categoryresources effective method of pain management? Dentistry and Oral Sciences SourceInformation to share with My patient is concerned about MedlinePluspatients mercury toxicity in amalgam ADA Oral Health Topics restorations. Where can I send her? Revised from: “Finding Evidence-Based Answers to Clinical Questions – Quickly and Effectively”, Dartmouth Biomedical Libraries, March 29, 2006

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