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(((Live))) Stream May 22, 2021

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You want to provide your patients with the safest, most-advanced, comprehensive care available. Plus, if your state requires you to obtain a permit to offer Oral Conscious Sedation (Minimal Sedation or Moderate Enteral Sedation), you must meet your state’s recertification qualifications.

This class fulfills 8 CE credit hours and completely updates and refreshes attendees on the pharmacology and proven DOCS Education oral sedation protocols that you must have to keep your patients safe. You'll have 3.75 hours of online pre-course study followed by 3.75 hours live, either by our Interactive (((Live))) Streaming platform on Saturday afternoon or in-person at one of our live events on Friday afternoon or Saturday afternoon (your choice).

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Chicago, IL March 5 (FULL) or 6, 2021

TBD June 4 or 5, 2021

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Nothing is more important to your practice than making sure you and your team are ready for a medical emergency with the most up-to-date information. New advances happen every day in this field and it is critical to keep your response skills on the cutting edge. This dynamic 1-day course is designed for dental offices; you will learn from top industry professionals about important new advances in emergency care research and clinical practices to maintain the skills and protocols taught in ACLS.

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(((Live))) Streaming Event May 22, 2021

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Designed for general dentists and specialists who administer IV medication, with or without oral sedatives. Taught by general dentists, EMTs, and Dental Anesthesiologist. This course is ideal for practitioners in need of IV sedation permit maintenance or recertification, as well as those wishing to expand their knowledge. Increase the number of protocols in your arsenal and hone your skill set in this comprehensive, hands-on session to maximize treatment effectiveness. Small class size and individual training.

Total course hours: 15.

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Sedation dentists treat patients with a variety of diseases. Some of those diseases, like asthma, are commonplace and well diagnosed. Others, like sleep apnea, are common but go largely undiagnosed. Still, others like osteonecrosis of the jaw appear as adverse reactions caused by drugs used for bone cancers and osteoporosis. You’ll earn 4 CE credit hours in this 4 module course.

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Refresh your IV sedation training in your own office. DOCS Education's in-office training provides you with tailored instruction specific to your practice and your office. IV sedation is an effective, predictable and flexible mode of sedation that expands the number of medications you can use to make your patients more comfortable. You and your team will learn about novel agents, key drugs, equipment, emergency measures and other methods to assure patient safety and satisfaction. The course is taught by a board-certified anesthesiologist with 30 years of clinical experience and is offered in 1- or 2-day formats.
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While medical emergencies are relatively rare, every dental office will eventually encounter at least one medical emergency. Responding to such emergencies with the appropriate and rational use of medications is therefore an essential skill for every dental provider. It will focus on the proper use and rationale of emergency medications that should be available in every dental office. Presented by Dr. Steve Yun, M.D. It is worth 2 CE.

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This is worth 1 CE. Complications can and will arise from IV sedation. Will you be ready to handle unusual or unexpected situations safely and professionally, and achieve the best outcome? Thousands of cases have given DOCS Education the documentation and experience you can learn from to handle the unusual. Dr. Anthony Feck covers local and systemic obstacles that may occur. You’ll learn to recognize the signs and symptoms of the problem, identify the cause, and manage the appropriate response. Dr. Feck will also discuss preventative measures to add to your safety guidelines.
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