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black copper cement

commonly used in oral surgery for fixation of dental splints both in anesthetized &/or conscious patients; consists of powder (mainly cupric oxide with small amounts of zinc oxide & magnesium oxide) & a liquid (mainly orthophosphoric acid with aluminum hydroxide, zinc oxide & magnesium oxide) which are mixed to form the final cement; can cause local acid burns
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1. Burns
2. Airway Obstruction (Choking)