150 Days Left Until the Seminar
Date + Time:
Friday, October 8, 2021 8:30am - 5:00pm
Rockford Country Club
2500 Oxford Street
Rockford, IL 61103
Early Bird Tuition:
Register by: 7/30/2021
RDH or Aux. in attendance with Dentist: $145.00
RDH or Aux. in attendance with Dentist: $155.00
Add $10/registrant if after: Friday, October 1, 2021
Parking: Complimentary. Use club lots.
Course DescriptionDiagnosis and Treatment of Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office
The course is designed to expose the participants to diagnosis and treatment of medical emergencies in the dental office. The course content will be geared to the capabilities of the general dentist. Topics will include preventative strategies, creation of an emergency plan, staff responsibilities, communication techniques, emergency medical equipment, emergency drugs and their use, and scenario based simulated medical emergencies with voluntary audience participation.
- NEED FOR TRAINING
- INCIDENCE OF MEDICAL EMERGENCIES
- AN OUNCE OF PREVENTION IS WORTH A POUND OF CURE
- Office Evaluation
- EMS response Times
- Emergency Equipment
- Emergency Drugs
- Staff Responsibilities
- Additional Training
- PEELING BACK THE ONION
- Medical History
- Physical Exam
- DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS OF ALTERED CONSCIOUSNESS / AND UNCONSCIOUS PATIENT
- DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF:
- Allergic Reaction (Mild)
- Angina (Chest Pain)
- Postural Hypotension
- Asthma Attack Dessert Break
- Reaction to Epinephrine
- Cardiac Arrest / MI
- Drug overdose (Local Anesthetic, Narcotic)
Dr. Bookless’ presentation is didactic lecture using a student handout and PowerPoint presentation. Case studies will be used to illustrate the diagnosis and treatment of the most common medical emergencies encountered in a dental practice. The presentation participants will be encouraged to actively participate in the critical treatment decision process."
To register by phone, please call (603) 736-9200To Register by Mail, download blank form here.
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At the completion of this course the participants should be able to:
- Describe the methods of preventing of medical emergencies.
- Describe the basic and specific emergency medical equipment and necessary drugs.
- Have a medical emergency protocol in place.
- Define the roles of the office staff in an emergency medical situation.
- Have a systematic protocol to ensure all emergency medical equipment is in working order and medication expiration dates are routinely checked.
- Have an understanding of the common medical emergencies encountered in a dental office and their treatment protocols.
- Describe the use of 360 communication during a medical emergency.