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Office-based Anesthetic Airway Management - 209

Presenter: Michael Rollert, DDS
  • DDS, University of Missouri – Kansas City School of Dentistry, 1995
  • OMFS residency, Medical College of Virginia, 1999
  • Private Practice, Chairman, Assistant Education Courses, ADSA
  • Board of Directors, ADSA
  • Committee Member, AAOMS Committee on Anesthesia
  • Disclosure: Dr. Rollert reports no conflicts of interest

Course Description

Adverse respiratory events, notably lost airways, account for the vast majority of office based anesthetic adversity. This 2 hour presentation will address those patients with co-morbidities that predispose to respiratory and ventilatory adversity, with special emphasis on the pediatric airway. Currently available airway adjuncts will also be covered in detail.

Course Objectives

  • List 4 differences between the adult and pediatric airway
  • Discuss asthma, obesity, and obstructive sleep apnea as they relate to peri-anesthetic airway patency
  • List advantages and disadvantages of 3 types of upper airway adjuncts
  • Explain treatment options for laryngospasm, bronchospasm, pulmonary edema and aspiration

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