Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office
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When and Where
5/8/2019 5:30 PM EDT
5/8/2019 8:30 PM EDT
Massachusetts Dental Society
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Two Willow Street
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The Massachusetts BORID regulations as they apply to required drugs and equipment as well as a written protocol for managing medical emergencies will be discussed. Unconsciousness, respiratory distress, altered consciousness, seizures, drug-related emergencies, chest pain, MI, and cardiac arrest will also be discussed including relevant pathophysiology. Being prepared for a medical emergency in the dental office is of paramount importance. A team approach will be emphasized.
• Define the Massachusetts BORID regulations as they apply to required drugs and equipment
• Review various medical emergencies including unconsciousness, respiratory distress, drug-related emergencies, and cardiac arrest
• Learn how to be competent in management of medical emergencies
• Understand how to make an office emergency kit
Richard Catrambone, DMD, MD
, assistant clinical professor, oral and maxillofacial surgery, Harvard School of Dental Medicine
Assistant; Dentist; Hygienist; Office Staff
Richard Catrambone has no financial relationships relevant to this presentation to disclose.
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