This course is worth 1.5 CE.
Laryngospasm is a sudden laryngeal and glottic contracture that makes it difficult for a patient to speak or breathe.
During this 90-minute presentation, Allan Schwartz, DDS, CRNA and Sedation Consultant, will thoroughly review the anatomy of the airway and the protective mechanisms the human body has in place to safeguard the airway. After a triggering episode, the vocal cords can strongly spasm, and can partially or completely close off any efforts of inspiration and expiration.
- The anatomy of the airway
- Definition and presentation of laryngospasm
- Who are susceptible patients?
- What are the potential treatments of laryngospasm?
- Prevention methods of laryngospasm
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Purchase of this course grants access for one year and requires an internet connection, computer with video and audio capabilities, and in some cases, Adobe Reader to view handouts and articles.
Watch the video and complete the quiz to earn 1.5 CE credits.
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(AGD Code - Definition - Hours)
340 Anesthesia and Pain Management (Management of complications anesthesia) – 1.5 hour
Original release date: 5/4/2020
DOCS online courses are available to the purchaser for one year from date of purchase.
No refund of course tuition is available.