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Brilinta and Effient are branded, anti-platelets used by patients who’ve suffered heart attacks or have exhibited symptoms of heart disease.

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If you need to renew your pediatric sedation dentistry permit, or just update your training, our online course offers a convenient, cost-effective way to accomplish your goals. You will have access to this course for one year after purchase. Either our PSD course (25 hours) or a pediatric residency are a pre-requisite to taking this online course.
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Anti-cancer drugs have been implicated for causing bone destruction in the jaw (MRONJ). The number of cases--and the number of drugs causing this osteonecrosis--appears to be growing.

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Nitrous oxide/oxygen sedation is among the oldest and safest pain control measures in dentistry. Explore what we know about the pharmacology of nitrous and how it functions in this insightful online presentation led by DOCS Education's Dean of Faculty Dr. Anthony S. Feck. You will have access to this course for one year after purchase.
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With an estimated 25% of all ages suffering from Sleep Apnea, a condition that can affect every part of the body and the growth of children, why aren’t more dentists treating their patients for this disease? After all, we are the physicians of the masticatory system and have advanced knowledge of the airway. In this one hour CE online course, Dr. John H. Tucker will debunk the 3 biggest myths that prevent dentists from introducing treatment to their patients for this important condition.
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In this 2 Part Module, you'll learn about the Updates in Coronary Artery Disease and Its Impact on Dentistry. The type of stent placed in patients with heart disease dictates the drugs prescribed to them. Currently, there are five types of stents, all of which work differently. Then you'll study Congestive Heart Failure, The Number One Heart Disease, and the Dental Implications. Dentists who opt to treat patients with heart disease must perform a risk stratification. That’s because a patient with a compromised vascular system is susceptible to multiple adverse outcomes.

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Good oral health provides tremendous benefits to diabetics. It slows the progression of the disease. Yet, because diabetes correlates with other diseases, patients with insulin pumps often are taking additional medication.
In this module, you’ll learn how to prepare a patient wearing an insulin pump for advanced dental work.

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