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One will have a blue sticky surface and the other will have Velcro attached. The set up is simple. Have your saliva ejector available and two paper towels; one that is damp with water only, and one that is dry. Next, make sure your suction base is disengaged and not in the locked position.
You can check for disengagement by freely move the suction in and out. Right to lock, and left to unlock. The starting position should resemble the S shape S for starting position Now attach the saliva ejector hose into the clip and place the saliva ejector into position. This keeps it stable. This S shape starting position allows for more control in and out of the mouth.
Disinfectant agents should not be used to clean the surface of the chair or suction. The disinfectant leaves a residue that prohibits the suction to attach to the chair. You may also use a protective barrier sleeve that goes over the saliva ejector. Standard CDC regulations should be followed. The reason there are Docking Discs is because every dental chair is different.
The second Docking Disc has a Velcro backing which will adhere to any chair surface. There are chairs out there that have curves. The Velcro Docking Disc will work on those curvy surfaces. The suction will not attach to chairs that have an uneven surface or rough surface.
The blue surface Docking Disc is designed to adhere to most chairs. This Docking Disc was designed to be removed easily. The Docking Discs are used if the suction base cannot attach to the chair surface. To attach the Docking Disc first remove the plastic film from the blue sticky area. THEN, place the disc in the desired area and apply pressure to secure. THEN, remove the second plastic film. The starting position should resemble the S shape S for starting position. Attach the saliva ejector hose into the clip and place the saliva ejector.
The Velcro Docking Disc is used when the blue sticky surface Docking Disc will not adhere to the chair. There are many different types of chairs and chair shapes. The Velcro Docking Disc will adhere to all chairs. Remove the white paper from the Velcro strip exposing the adhesive and attach the Docking Disc to the chair applying firm pressure. To attach the Docking Disc remove the plastic film from the blue sticky area. THEN remove the second plastic film.
The starting position should resemble the S shape S for starting position Attach the saliva ejector hose into the clip and place the saliva ejector. The Velcro Docking Disc is used when the blue sticky surface will not adhere to the chair. Remove the white paper from the Velcro strip exposing the adhesive and attach to the chair applying firm pressure. Next, attach the saliva ejector hose into the clip and place the saliva ejector. This allows for precision movements in and out of the oral cavity.
Do not grab the saliva ejector alone that will cause the hose to release from the clip. In this help desk video you will see the placement for both the left and right handed operator.
This help desk video demonstrates how both the right and left hand operator can now use their indirect vision with the use of this third arm. Using this device truly allows you to practice proper ergonomics and allows comfort for your patient and you. Tip 1: My personal favorite is using the triangular cheek protector for large cheeks and for patients who have loose tissue. You no longer have to worry about the saliva ejector attaching to that tissue.
Tip 2: Keeping the mirror from fogging. While using indirect vision sometimes the mirror will fog. Tip 3: Using the bite block is always great for those patients with TMD. The suction will stay in place which stops a water reservoir, allowing for an efficient practice and patient comfort. Still have questions? No problem!
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However, computational drug design of boron-containing therapeutics and diagnostics is hampered by the fact that many software packages used for this purpose lack parameters for all or part of the various types of boron atoms. In the present paper, we describe simple and efficient strategies to overcome this problem, which are based on the replacement of the boron atom types with carbon atom types. The developed methods were validated by docking closo- and nido-carboranyl antifolates into the active site of a human dihydrofolate reductase hDHFR using AutoDock, Glide, FlexX, and Surflex and comparing the obtained docking poses with the poses of their counterparts in the original hDHFR-carboranyl antifolate crystal structures. Under optimized conditions, AutoDock and Glide were equally good in docking of the closo-carboranyl antifolates followed by Surflex and FlexX whereas Autodock, Glide, and Surflex proved to be comparably efficient in the docking of nido-carboranyl antifolates followed by FlexX. Scoring functions generated by all four programs were in accordance with experimental data. Keywords: Carboranes, Carboranyl Antifolates, Docking, Dihydrofolate Reductase, AutoDock, FlexX, Glide, Surflex Introduction Chemical, physicochemical, and structural versatility combined with high stability under physiological conditions are distinctive features of carboranes and other boron clusters. Several strategies to circumvent the latter problem have been reported in recent years.
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Molecules from the input table are docked with FlexX into this binding site. Alternatively, if a template molecule is provided, those molecules are overlayed onto the template based on the maximum common substructure MCS and scored using the FlexX-scoring function. The solutions with the best scores are written to the output table. Molecules that cannot be docked for whatever reason, are written to the error table.
The FlexX Database Docking Environment - Rational Extraction of Receptor Based Pharmacophores
Hindle , Christian Lemmen. Augustin, Germany. New scoring schemes e. As an example application we investigated the validity of the following hypothesis: If a docking procedure can lead to enrichments significantly better than random then a bias towards partially correct placements should be detectable.