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At present, few dentists use a cardiac monitor when administering IV sedation. The reason? Discomfort—dentist discomfort! Many dentists lack confidence in their ability to read an EKG or interpret a heart rhythm. It’s for this reason that Dr. Leslie Fang is teaching the proper use of an EKG as it pertains to sedation dentistry. In short, it’s not as complex as you might have thought and it’s too important to neglect.
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Here is a quick and impactful glimpse into Master Series education. Dr. Anthony S. Feck presents one of the most popular, fast-moving segments of our Advanced Sedation course. Respiratory disease is by far the most common medical condition, as measured by prescription frequency. You will learn to understand, manage and maintain patients with conditions that deal with the respiratory system as a crucial part of your commitment to patient care with and without sedation. Earn 1 CE credit.

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The relief of pain is among the primary goals of any health practitioner. Along with the inventions of modern forms of pain relief have come a renewed attention and appreciation for established ones, for example, nitrous oxide and oxygen sedation. This odorless and colorless gas was first used in dentistry in the mid-1800s. As taught by the Dean of DOCS Education’s faculty, Anthony Feck, DMD, you’ll gain an overview in “Nitrous Oxide and Oxygen Sedation for Adults and Children” of why this tool remains a mainstay of dental and medical practice.
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In this 2 video study, you will learn "Drugs that all Dentists Need to Learn to Use" and "Optimizing use of Analgesics to Avoid Excessive Reliance on Opioids"

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Several well-controlled studies have shown that even small amounts of vasoconstrictor used in dentistry can affect cardiac function. The problem with these studies is that they fail to distinguish significant differences in patients with hypertension—72 million Americans, at last count.

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The American Dental Association released its latest report on Substance Abuse Disorders. So, what’s changed?

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