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NEW ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTATION IN DENTISTRY. AN EVALUATION OF MINIATURE CARDIOVASCULAR AND PSYCHOGALVANIC SKIN RESPONSE MONITORING DEVICES
Rept. for Nov 1963-Dec 1964
SCHOOL OF AEROSPACE MEDICINE BROOKS AFB TX
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The two instruments evaluated this clinical study of over 200 patients have been employed and found to be potential aids to the practice of dentistry, establishing better rapport and presenting considerably more information on the physiologic activity of the patient than is routinely available. These instruments did not come between the doctor and his patients on the contrary, they assisted the doctor in gaining more empathy for the patients, which is essential to successful treatment.
APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE