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Using Nitrous Oxide in the Office Outpatient Setting to Manage Pain and Anxiety

Using Nitrous Oxide in the Office Outpatient Setting to Manage Pain and Anxiety1

This article will discuss the adjunctive role of using nitrous oxide analgesia for in-office procedures generally, and the use of new technology in the form of the Nitrouseal® nitrous delivery system specifically, to manage the comfort of patients undergoing minimally invasive surgical procedures in an office setting.

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  1. Authors: Dean Tortorelis, MD, FACS, Eric Freedman, MD, FRCS, Ali Kasraeian, MD, FACS, Ramsey Nashed, MD, DABA, and Neil Baum, MD, FACS
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