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Oral Sedation: Pre-emptive Anxiolysis - 401

Presenter: Stuart E. Lieblich, DMD

It is a well known and accepted fact that many patients avoid necessary dental care because of anxiety associated with the delivery of that care. Pre-emptive anxiolysis can increase patient cooperation, improve anesthetic induction, maintenance and recovery and attenuate the sometimes harmful adverse autonomic responses. Specific clinical techniques will be addressed in this presentation.

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Intravenous Sedation Techniques - 402

Presenter: Stuart E. Lieblich, DMD

The use of intravenous sedation techniques is quite popular in many dental offices because of the need, efficacy and safety of various techniques. This presentation will provide a timely review of current and popular techniques, with special attention given to the prevention, recognition and prevention of adverse side effects.

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Comprehensive Anesthetic Management of the Pediatric Patient - 403

Presenter: Michael Rollert, DDS

Pediatric patients present with many anatomic and physiologic differences that mandate alterations in anesthetic technique. This presentation will focus on office-based pediatric anesthesia, including a discussion of anesthetic agents, complications and monitoring.

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Good Drugs Turned Bad and their Reversal - 404

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS

In addition to the intended and anticipated effects of anesthetic agents, there are un-intended and occasionally adverse side effects. This presentation will focus on these adverse side effects, including suggestions for both avoidance as well as management. A concluding discussion of anesthetic reversal agents will follow.

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ECG Interpretation for the Moderate Sedation Provider - 405

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS

This presentation will introduce the what, how and why's of ECG monitoring for patients receiving light to moderate sedation in the dental office.  The pathophysiology and significance of commonly encountered dsyrhythmias will be reviewed.  This program is offered in conjunction with the ADSA moderate sedation course.

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