For the past four years I have been using adjunctive tissue auto fluorescence technology to help show up potentially pathologically altered tissues. It’s a device for our toolbox for early detection. Auto fluorescence first came into medicine in the 1920’s for cervical cancer screening.
Sponsored by Orabloc®, this PDF summarizes and explains certain characteristics and chemical attributes that predict how these anesthetics work in human tissue. These attributes are explained in some detail and will give you an appreciation of how they work and the differences between them.