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Last Updated: 23 June 2022

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Role of Methylene Blue Dye in Identification of Facial Nerve in Parotid Surgery

paraphrased gland surgery, the specific surgical morbidity remains significant in parotid gland surgery. Frey's syndrome and temporary facial nerve injury are specific to this type of surgery. Fine white nerve fibers can be seen after injection of the parotid gland with MB dye, reducing iatrogenic nerve impairment, and not time-consuming process. Tumors in the parotid gland are also easily seen because they are not stained and will be apparent in the surgical field, and will be difficult to detect in the surgical field.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT05401370


Randomized Controlled Trial Comparing 4 Intervention Arms, Including 3 Different Concentrations of Methylene Blue Oral Rinse Combined With Conventional Therapy and Conventional Therapy, in Patients With Intractable Pain Associated With Oral Mucositis

To determine the effectiveness of methylene blue in reducing the severity of mucositis-related pain in cancer patients who are undergone or radiation therapy, try numeric rating scale. Patients are treated with reduced doses of methylene blue orally to swish and spit for five minutes every 6 hours, then receive a standard of care therapy. GROUP 3: Patients are given a higher dose of methylene blue PO to swish and spit for 5 minutes every 6 hours, then receive standard care therapy.

Source link: https://clinicaltrials.gov/ct2/show/NCT03469284

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