Milestone expands into China

June 2009
Proofs;Jun2009, Vol. 92 Issue 3, p40
Trade Publication
The article reports on the expansion of Milestone Scientific into China by granting China National Medicines Corporations, d/b/a Sinopharm, exclusive distribution and marketing rights of the STA Single Tooth Anesthesia Systemâ„¢ in China. Sinopharm is traded on the Shanghai Stock Exchange and is China's largest domestic distributor of dental anesthetic carpules. Under the deal, the Computer-Controlled Local Anesthetic Delivery (C-CLAD) technologies of Milestone will reach China.


Related Articles

  • Milestone in j-v with Chinese companies.  // Medical Device Daily;12/4/2009, Vol. 13 Issue 233, p7 

    The article reports on the joint venture agreements reached by Milestone Scientific with China National Medicines Corp. and Yichang Humanwell Pharmaceutical Co. in November 2009, to develop orthopedic and epidural drug delivery instruments. The resulting joint venture entity will use Milestone's...

  • Milestone, Patterson reach accord.  // Proofs;Sep2008, Vol. 91 Issue 4, p77 

    The article reports on the expansion of the U.S. and Canadian distribution network of Milestone Scientific Inc. with the addition of Patterson Dental Supply. The STA system painless dental injection solution from Milestone will be marketed and sold by Patterson together with Henry Schein Inc....

  • Grants/contracts.  // Medical Device Daily;6/12/2008, Vol. 12 Issue 113, p2 

    The article reports on the grant of exclusive rights to the company Unident by Milestone Scientific to market, distribute and sell the Single Tooth Anesthesia (STA) System of the latter in Denmark, Sweden, Norway and Iceland. The STA System pertains to a computer-controlled local anesthesia...

  • Decreased Vasoconstrictor Content in Local Anesthetic Cartridges Exposed to Ultraviolet Irradiation. CIARLONE, ALFRED E.; FRY, BILL W. // Journal of Dental Research;Apr1980, Vol. 59 Issue 4, p724 

    The article presents a study which examines the decreased content of vasoconstrictors within local anesthetic cartridges following exposure to ultraviolet irradiation. The usage of ultraviolet irradiation for the external surface sterilization of the cartridges is mentioned. The study tracks the...

  • A resource for foundation trainers.  // British Dental Journal;10/12/2013, Vol. 215 Issue 7, p323 

    The article reports on the publication of the periodical "Trainingmatters" by Dental Protection Ltd.

  • The use of 1% dyclonine and local cryoanesthesia plus pulp vitality test agent in taking dental X --ray film. Zhang Lu-dong; Wang Hai-ning; Zhao Jun-jun; Tang Yu // Shanghai Journal of Stomatology;Feb2008, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p33 

    PURPOSE: To analyze the effect of topical anesthetics in taking dental X-ray film. METHODS: 300 patients, who needed to take dental X-ray photography of maxillary or mandibular molar were randomly assigned to 3 groups. Bisecting angle technique was used to take the film. Before taking the X-ray,...

  • COMPARISON OF MANDIBULAR LOCAL ANESTHETIC TECHNIQUES IN CHILDREN. Milgrom, Peter // Pediatric Dentistry;Sep/Oct2004, Vol. 26 Issue 5, p458 

    Comments on a study comparing mandibular local anesthetic techniques in children. Effectiveness of pain control; Treatment completion; Effects of preoperative dental anxiety.

  • Randomized Study of Phentolamine Mesylate for Reversal of Local Anesthesia. Laviola, M.; McGavin, S. K.; Freer, G. A.; Plancich, G.; Woodbury, S. C.; Marinkovich, S.; Morrison, R.; Reader, A.; Rutherford, R. B.; Yagiela, J. A. // Journal of Dental Research;Jul2008, Vol. 87 Issue 7, p635 

    Local anesthetic solutions frequently contain vasoconstrictors to increase the depth and/or duration of anesthesia. Generally, the duration of soft-tissue anesthesia exceeds that of pulpal anesthesia. Negative consequences of soft-tissue anesthesia include accidental lip and tongue biting as...

  • Local-anaesthetic-related nerve damage. Walley, Sién // Dental Nursing;Sep2013, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p496 

    The article focuses on nerve damage caused by local anaesthetic. To identify the rate of local anaesthetic-related trigeminal nerve injuries experienced by dentists in Great Britain, the authors conducted a survey on the nature of their clinical practice, demography, experience of nerve injuries...


Read the Article


Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics