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AATP 7 - Special Patients: Coexisting Disease II - 607

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS
  • DDS, Loyola University,1979
  • OMFS residency, Cook County Hospital, 1982
  • Board Certification:  ABOMS, NDBA
  • Private Practice, 28 years
  • Lecturer, University of Illinois School of Dentistry
  • Disclosure: none

    Course Description

    This is the seventh program in a series of 10 modules included in the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program (AATP). Focus will be placed on commonly enountered respiratory and cardiovascular diseases, with emplasis on clinical relevance to office-based anesthesia. PLEASE NOTE: This course is only available as part of the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program and cannot be purchased individually. Please navigate to ANESTHESIA ASSISTANT TRAINING PROGRAM (upper left) to purchase this program.

    Course Objectives

    • Define hypertension and describe commonly used anti-hypertensive agents
    • Identify commonly encountered cardiac rhythm disorders
    • Explain problems associated with asthma
    • Define obstructive sleep apnea and list 3 risk factors associated with office based anesthesia / sedation

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