PUBLICATIONS BY DR. NATHAN
Nathan, JE, Nitrous Oxide and the management of childhood fear and anxiety, Chapter 10, Monograph in the Proceedings
of the President’s Conference Symposium, American Dental Association, eds Ayer and Moretti, pg 48-55, 1983.
Nathan, JE, Clinical Applications of Nitrous Oxide-Oxygen in Children: Scientific Foundations, II Dentista Moderna, Jan. 1985.
Nathan, JE, Nickelsen, D, Pedodontic Management in the Dental Office, J Amer, Dental Assistants Association, 53:23-29,
Nathan, JE, Nickelsen, D, Pedodontic Behavior Management: Guidelines for the Dental assistant in a university setting,
Acta de Odontologica Pediatrica, 7:15-18, 1986.
Nathan, JE, Nitrous Oxide and the management of fear and anxiety in children, J. Amer Analgesia Soc, 20:11-22,
Nathan, JE, Nitrous Oxide-Oxygen in Children: A Literature Review, J. Amer. Analg Soc, 21:9-18, 1986.
Nathan, JE, Dental Care for the Hemophiliac: Overcoming obstacles and misconceptions related to prevention, access
to care, and HIV seropositivity, Hemophilia World, 3:1-6, July, 1986.
Nathan, JE, Mabanta, CZ, Seigel, F, Teitell, J, Chloral Hydrate’s role in Pediatric Dental Sedation, U.S. Pharmacist,
12: 52-56, December, 1986.
Nathan, JE, Management of the refractory young child with chloral hydrate: Dosage selection, J Dent Child
54:22-29, Jan-Feb, 1987; 54:93-100, March-April, 1987.
Nathan, JE, Dental Care for the Hemophiliac, National Haemophilia, 1:10-13, 1987, (Hemophilia Foundation of Australia).
Nathan, JE, West, MS, Comparison of Chloral Hydrate-Hydroxyzine with and without Meperidine for management of
difficult pediatric patients, J Dent Child 54:437-444, Nov-Dec. 1987.
Weinstein, P, Nathan, JE, Management of the Dentally-Phobic Child, in Dental Phobia and Anxiety, ed Rubin and Kaplan,
in Dent Clinics of NA 32(4): 667-692, October, 1988.
Nathan, JE, Venham, LL, West, MS, Werboff, J, The effects of Nitrous Oxide Oxygen on anxious young Pediatric Patients
across sequential visits: Double-Blind study, J Dent Child 55:220-230, May-June, 1988. (received first place
Journalism award, ASDC, 1989).
Nathan, JE, Venham, LL, West, MS, Werboff, J, Assessment of the behavioral and physiologic responses of anxious young
Pediatric patients to nitrous oxide across sequential visits: A double blind study, J. Amer Analg Soc, 23:6-19, 1989.
Nathan, JE Management of the difficult child: a survey of pediatric dentists’ use of restraints, sedation, and general
anesthesia, Proceedings of the Conference and workshops on Child Behavior Management, sponsored by the
American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry, Sept 30-Oct 2, 1988, Iowa City, published in J Dent Child, 56: 293-301, July-
Nathan, JE Oral Pediatric Conscious Sedation, in Update in Pediatric Dentistry, Ed R Musselman, Prof Audience
Communications, 4:1-7, 1991.
Nathan, JE Oral Pediatric Conscious Sedation, J of Louisiana Dental Assn, 51:9-13, 1992.
Nathan, JE, Behavior Management of the Pre-Cooperative Child, Chapter in Dental Care for the Pre-School Child, eds
Tinanoff and Johnsen, in Dent Clinics of North America 39:789-816, October, 1995.
Nathan, JE Defining therapeutic success in pediatric conscious sedation, Guest Editorial, J Southeastern Society of
Pediatric Dentistry, Vol 4, No.4, 26-27, 1988.
Nathan, JE Dosage Selection for Pediatric Oral Conscious Sedation: A practical Approach J Southeastern Society of
Pediatric Dentistry, Vol 5 no 1, 26-28, 1999.
Nathan, JE Pediatric Oral Conscious Sedation: What works and what’s safe, J of Southeastern Society of Pediatric
Dentistry Vol 5, No 4, 26-28, 1999.
Nathan, JE Non-Pharmacologic Management of the Pediatric Patient, Chapter in Clinical Pediatric Dentistry (ed Franklin
Garcia-Godoy) Springer: Heodelberg, Germany, in print, projected to appear in 2003.
Nathan, JE Management Strategies for the Disabled Pediatric dental patient, J Dent Child, 68: (2), 89- 101, March-April,
2001. Received the George W. Teuscher Golden (First Place) Journalism award for 2002 from the
American Society of Dentistry for Children.
Nathan, JE and Vargas KG Oral Midazolam with and without Meperidine for management of difficult young pediatric
dental patients: a retrospective study, Pediatric Dentistry, 24: (2) 129-138, 2002.
Nathan, JE Pediatric Conscious Sedation: When non-pharmacological approaches prove inadequate or inappropriate,
guest editorial, Southeastern Soc Pediatric Dent, 9(2):8-9, June, 2003.
Nathan, JE Issues affecting agent and dosage selection for pediatric conscious sedation, Southeastern Soc Pediatric Dent,
9(2): 17-19, June, 2003.
Nathan, JE Pharmacological management of the neurologically challenged and disabled pediatric dental patient, J
Southeastern Soc Pediatric Dent, 9(2):27-30, June, 2003.
Nathan, JE Even though they’re here today and gone tomorrow, baby teeth often need to be repaired – myths and
misconceptions, AAP News, 23(5):235-237, November, 2003.
Nathan, JE, When decay strikes, repair baby teeth to avoid adverse consequences, AAP News 24(3):124, March, 2004.
Nathan, JE Contemporary Pharmacological Management of the Difficult Pediatric Dental Patient: Scientific foundations
for efficacy and safety, Alpha Omegan, 99(2), 78-82, 2007.
Vargas, KG, Nathan, JE, Qian, F, Kupietzky, A Use of restraint and management style as parameters for defining
sedation success: a survey of pediatric dentists, Ped Dent, 29(3), 220-227, 2007.
Wilson, S, Nathan, JE A Survey Study in Sedation Training in Advanced Pediatric Dental Residencies, Ped Dent
33(4) 353-360, July, August, 2011.
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