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Cardiac Rhythm Disturbances during Office-Based Anesthesia - 505

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS
  • DDS, Loyola University, 1979
  • OMFS Residency, Cook County Hospital, 1982
  • Board Certification:  ABOMS, National Dental Board of Anesthesiology
  • Private Practice
  • Clinical Assistant Professor, University of Illinois
  • Chair, General Anesthesia Review Courses, ADSA 2004-2009
  • Disclosure: Dr. Bosack reports no conflicts of interest

Course Description

Cardiac rhythm disturbances are common during office-based anesthesia. This program will review the pathophysiology and significance of these rhythm disturbances as they present in various patients and situations. Treatment approaches will be discussed.

Course Objectives

  • Explain the etiology of various atrial and ventricular rhythm disorders
  • Describe management options for office-based peri-anesthetic dysrhythmias
  • Explain the therapeutic goals of pacemakers and ICDs and how this affects anesthetic management

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