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How Will My Child Feel When Breathing Nitrous Oxide?

Your child will smell a faint, sweet aroma and experience a sense of well-being and relaxation. Since it may produce a feeling of giddiness or euphoria, it is often called “laughing gas.” Children sometimes report dreaming and their arms and legs may feel “tingly.” It raises the pain threshold and may even make the time seem to pass quickly. 61 more words

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What Is Nitrous Oxide?

Nitrous oxide/oxygen is a blend of two gases, oxygen and nitrous oxide. A fitted mask is placed over the nose and as the patient breathes normally, uptake occurs through the lungs. 50 more words

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Ask Your Dentist About Nitrous Oxide

Most children are calm, comfortable and confident in a pediatric dental office. The office is designed for young people and pediatric dentists have more training in caring for infants, children and adolescents. 98 more words

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Laughing gas is no laughing matter

Something of a coincidence today, with two stories spotted relating so-called laughing gas, which is really nitrous oxide (NO) to those with a brain cell or two to bang together. 281 more words


Mental Flatline.

What an incredibly strange two weeks it has been, topped off by a weekend in Newcastle (my first time there by the way) with wonderful companions. 79 more words


Pollution on the Streets of London

On Monday and Tuesday of this week when I walked the streets of London I noticed an orange dust had settled on cars. I also noticed that I coughed and sneezed, putting this down to a cold coming, although the orange dust I put down to mere pollution. 419 more words

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