In pivotal clinical studies conducted in adult patients, the adverse events most commonly observed during the first year of treatment with Oralair were: oral pruritus, throat irritation, ear pruritus and mouth edema.(5)
For more on diabetes, obesity, and patient education, visit the National Diabetes Education Initiative.(6) You can find information on how often to perform the HbA1c test, the correlation of HbA1c with average glucose, and more. You may also want to view the Standards of Medical Care in Diabetes—2014, by the American Diabetes Association.(7)
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1. Chang PK, Hall J, Finkelman M, Park A and Levi PA. A Survey: How Periodontists and Other Dental Professionals View the Scope of Periodontics. Journal of Periodontology. Posted online on 28 February 2014.
2. Van Dyke TE. Commentary: Periodontitis Is Characterized by an Immuno-Inflammatory Host-Mediated Destruction of Bone and Connective Tissues That Support the Teeth. Journal of Periodontology, Vol. 85, No. 4: 509-511, April 2014.
3. Gupta G, Mitra D, Ashok KP, Gupta A, Soni S, Ahmed S, and Arya A. Efﬁcacy of Preprocedural Mouth Rinsing in Reducing Aerosol Contamination Produced by Ultrasonic Scaler: A Pilot Study. Journal of Periodontology, Vol. 85, No. 4: 562-568, April 2014.