Cannabis Use and Dental Sedation
Protocol: STUDY00005638
Full Title
Cannabis Use Prior to Oral Surgery Office Sedation Procedures
Description
Patients who use cannabis on a regular basis may be at a greater risk for sedation-related complications. In our dental sedation suite, we routinely sedate patients for oral surgery three days per week. We have recently noted an increase in patients who use cannabis regularly. This study will gather self-reported cannabis use history via a questionnaire, and analyze sedation records to assess cannabis use's effect on sedation.

Technical Description

(CSR 210632807743) -To accurately obtain a cannabis use history prior to performing deep sedation for adults undergoing office-based oral surgery procedures-To review the sedation requirements and outcomes depending on the cannabis use of the patient
Compensation: No
Eligibility
-18 or greater years of age and report to our oral surgery clinic for treatment.
-Able to consent to their own medical treatment.
-Willing to sign informed consent and complete the questionnaire.
-Able to comprehend the content of the questionnaire and consent form in English.
Age Group: Adults
Principal Investigator: CHRISTOPHER HEARD
Contact(s)
ALLANA LANGEN
alangen@buffalo.edu
+1 716-906-0171
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