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The study aimed to compare the analgesic efficacy of 100 mg and 20 mg as a analgesic for preventing post-operative pain after third molar surgery. Fifty patients with impacted mandibular third molars who required surgical removal were included in the study. These patients were divided into two groups randomly. One group consisted of patients receiving 100 mg as a analgesic, and the other group consisted of patients receiving 20 mg as a analgesic 1 hour before the procedure. The study findings show both the drugs were equally effective in managing post-operative pain following third molar surgery. On statistical analysis, there was no significant difference in pain experience among both groups A and B in post-operative period who underwent surgery. However, the study observes a highly significant difference in both the groups in terms of pain intensity scores at different times. Results show that there was a significant difference before, 3rd day and 5th day; Further study shows that the effectiveness of the drug was not confirmed in 24 hours to 3 days. It was observed both the groups shows a significant difference in on the 5thand 3rd day. This comparative research of pain intensity shows after analgesia with and in of third molars, a pronounced effect in the group treated with 20mg was seen. Still, there was no statistically significant difference noted in VAS before and 5th day of both groups.
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