NEW!! Dental Emergencies: Respiratory Distress & Drug Induced Emergencies

Dental Emergencies:  Respiratory Distress & Drug Induced Emergencies Seminar (DRSP2)

Short Course: 8 ADA CERP/AGD PACE Credits (EXPIRES 5/24/21); for CE/CPD (Code 142) or 10 for California Board of Dental Examiners (CBDE) for CD/CPD Credits

Courses are appropriate for:  General Dentists, Oral Surgeons, Endodontists, Geriatric Dental Specialists, Dental Implant Surgeons, Prosthodontists, Dental Assistants and Dental Hygienists

Dental Emergencies: Respiratory Distress & Drug Induced Emergencies, Series 2 (DRSP2) Topics Include: Asthma, Acute Bronchospasm, and Hyperventilation, Anatomy of the Trachea in Adults vs. Young Children, Management of the Obstructive Airway, Allergy vs. Overdose, Allergens Inducing Anaphylaxis, Local Anesthetic Overdose, and more.  
 
To view topic outline of the short course, select the Course Type (Short) below:
Short Course:
DRSP2
Short Course Price:
$485
Format:
Available in Video format.
Only Available Option: Short Course/Part A

Instructor Bio

Stanley Malamed, DDS

Biograpy

Dr. Malamed, a dentist anesthesiologist, graduated from the New York University College of Dentistry in 1969. He completed his residency at Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center in the Bronx, New York before serving for 2 years in the U.S. Army Dental Corps. He is now an Emeritus Professor of Dentistry at the Herman Ostrow School of Dentistry U.S.C. in Los Angeles where he joined the staff in 1973 and retired from full-time teaching in 2013. Dr. Malamed has authored more than 160 scientific papers, 17 chapters in various medical and dental journals and textbooks, and has authored 3 textbooks and 2 interactive DVDs in the areas of physical evaluation, emergency medicine, local and general anesthesia and sedation.

Conflict of Interest Disclosure: None reported

Topics

Respiratory Distress: Asthma, Acute Bronchospasm, and Hyperventilation

Three causes of respiratory distress in the dental environment: Asthma, Acute Bronchospasm, and Hyperventilation.

Respiratory Distress: Anatomy of the Trachea in Adults vs. Young Children

Differences in the anatomy of the trachea in adults vs. young children.

Respiratory Distress: Management of the Obstructive Airway

Management of the obstructed airway in adults and in young children.

Allergy: Adverse Drug Reaction

Three categoris of adverse drug reaction.

Allergy vs. Overdose

Differentiation between allergy and overdose.

Allergy: Major Chemicals Released in the Allergic Reaction

Identify the major chemicals released in the allergic reaction.

Allergy: Anaphylactic Reaction

Anaphylactic reaction and management of respiratory distress and drug related emergencies.

Allergy: Clinical Actions of Histamine

Clinical actions of histamine.

Allergy: Allergic Skin Reactions

Management of allergic skin reactions.

Allergy: Allergens Inducing Anaphylaxis

Common allergens inducing anaphylaxis.

Overdose: Target Organs for Local Anesthetics and Sedative Agents

The target organs for local anesthetics and sedative agents.

Overdose: Local Anesthetic Overdose

Signs, symptoms, and management of a local anesthetic overdose.

Overdose: Sedative Overdose

Signs, symptoms, and management of sedative overdose.

Course Objective

After completing this course you will have a better understanding and knowledge of the following:

  • Three causes of respiratory distress in the dental environment: Asthma, Acute Bronchospasm and Hyperventilation
  • Differences in the anatomy of the trachea in adults vs. young children
  • Management of the obstructed airway in adults and in young children
  • Three categories of adverse drug reaction
  • Differentiation between allergy and overdose
  • Identify the major chemicals released in the allergic reaction
  • Anaphylactic reaction and management of
  • Clinical actions of histamine
  • Management of allergic skin reactions
  • Common allergens inducing anaphylaxis
  • The target organs for local anesthetics and sedative agents
  • Signs, symptoms and management of a local anesthetic overdose
  • Signs, symptoms and management of a sedative overdose

Accreditation

American Seminar Institute is an approved provider of ADA-CERP, AGD-PACE and the California Board of Dental Examiners.

 
 

California Board of Dental Examiners (CBDE)

American Seminar Institute is an approved provider for the California Board of Dental Examiners, License# 2068, Original Issuance Date:  01/27/88; Expiration Date:  01/31/20. Credits satisfy California Dental Education Requirements, as well as most State and Dental Academy requirements.

                                                                                                           

Because each individual agency/academy/state has specific requirements, it is necessary that you consult with the appropriate agency/academy/state regarding final approval of continuing education credits.

Produced: 5/25/2018      Expires for ADA/AGD Credit: 5/24/2021

 

Additional Information

Additional Dental Continuing Education (CE/CPD) options available:

Other courses of interest may include:  Foundations in Pediatric DentistryConquering Difficult CasesHead and Neck Cancer and Orofacial Pain and Temporomandibular Disorder

For up-coming courses, please visit: Dental Courses Coming Soon There you will find abbreviated listings of additional courses that are soon to be released.