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Complications of Ambulatory Anesthesia - 206

Presenter: Stuart E. Lieblich, DMD
  • DDS, University of Pennsylvania School of Dental Medicine
  • Residency, OMFS, Kings County/Downstate Medical Center
  • Private Practice, Associate Clinical Professor, University of Connecticut
  • Past President, ADSA
  • President, ABOMS, 2010
  • Disclosure: Dr. Lieblich reports no conflicts of interest

Course Description

The delivery of anesthesia in any setting is not without risk. This 2 hour presentation will focus on the prevention, identification and management of select peri-anesthetic problems, including rhythm and pressure disorders. Specific patient populations, including those with diabetes, anorexia, obesity, congestive heart failure, and others, will be addressed.

Course Objectives

  • List the 10 most frequent office emergencies
  • Define various levels of hypertension and office management and triage of hypertensive patients
  • Discuss significance and management of various arrhythmias as they present during office anesthesia
  • Identify and implement appropriate discharge criteria
  • Understand the role and clinical use of reversal agents

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