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Preoperative  Assessment for the Anesthesia Assistant   -   301

Preoperative Assessment for the Anesthesia Assistant - 301

Presenter: Michael Rollert, DDS

The anesthesia assistant plays a vital role on the anesthesia team. Duties may include pre-anesthetic assessment, peri-anesthetic monitoring, and assisting in the management of emergency situations, among others. This program will focus on patient assessment, with emphasis on several common co-morbidities.

 
Prevention and Management of Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office   -   306

Prevention and Management of Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office - 306

Presenter: Claudine M. Sordyl, RN, MS

The anesthesia assistant is a vital member of the anesthesia team. This presentation emphasizes the active role that assistants will assume in the prevention of medical emergencies as well as recognition of signs and symptoms of medical emergencies. Subsequently, the management of medical emergencies will be discussed, with emphasis on providing a coordinated team effort.

 
Assessment of the Preoperative Patient - 303

Assessment of the Preoperative Patient - 303

Presenter: Claudine M. Sordyl, RN, MS

The anesthesia assistant is a vital member of the anesthesia team. This presentation emphasizes the active role that assistants will assume in pre-anesthetic patient assessment.

 
 
Monitoring the Sedated Patient   -   304

Monitoring the Sedated Patient - 304

Presenter: Claudine M. Sordyl, RN, MS

The anesthesia assistant is a vital member of the anesthesia team. This presentation emphasizes the active role that assistants will assume when monitoring patients, both during and after anesthesia. Monitoring includes both visual assessment of the patient and the collection of data from monitoring equipment.

 
Preparation of the Dental Office for Medical Emergencies - 305

Preparation of the Dental Office for Medical Emergencies - 305

Presenter: Claudine M. Sordyl, RN, MS

The anesthesia assistant is a vital member of the anesthesia team. This presentation emphasizes the active role that assistants will assume in the office preparation for and management of medical emergencies. The participant will become familiar with oxygenation, various airway devices, and the identification, indications and handling of medical emergency drugs. Syncope will be addressed in detail.

 
Anesthetic Drugs for the Anesthesia Assistant   -   302

Anesthetic Drugs for the Anesthesia Assistant - 302

Presenter: Michael Rollert, DDS

The anesthesia assistant plays a vital role as a member of the anesthesia team. This presentation will familiarize the anesthesia assistant with various anesthetic agents.

 
 
AATP 1 - Introduction to Anesthesia - 601

AATP 1 - Introduction to Anesthesia - 601

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS

This introductory program is the first of 10 modules included in the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program (AATP). Patient management guidelines and the continuum of sedation - anesthesia are covered in detail. The risks of loss of upper airway tone and hypoventilation are introduced.

 
AATP 2 - Pharmacology - 602

AATP 2 - Pharmacology - 602

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS

Pharmacology is the second of 10 modules included in the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program (AATP). Concepts of drug administration and the action of drugs on the human body are covered. PLEASE NOTE: This course is only available as part of the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program and cannot be purchased individually.

 
AATP 3 - Nervous, Pulmonary and Cardiovascular Systems - 603

AATP 3 - Nervous, Pulmonary and Cardiovascular Systems - 603

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS

This program is the third of 10 modules included in the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program (AATP). The anatomy and physiology of the nervous, cardiovascular and pulmonary systems are addressed from a clinical standpoint. PLEASE NOTE: This course is only available as part of the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program and cannot be purchased individually.

 
 
AATP 4 - PreAnesthetic Evaluation - 604

AATP 4 - PreAnesthetic Evaluation - 604

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS

This is the fourth of 10 modules included in the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program (AATP). Pre-anesthetic evaluation via patient interview and physical examination is discussed.  Concepts of risk assessment and patient optimization prior to sedation / anesthetic are introduced. PLEASE NOTE: This course is only available as part of the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program and cannot be purchased individually.

 
AATP 6 - Special Patients: Coexisting Disease I - 606

AATP 6 - Special Patients: Coexisting Disease I - 606

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS

This program is the sixth in a series of 10 modules included in the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program (AATP). In addition to a review of both pediatric and geriatric patients, commonly enountered disease states will be introduced, including diabetes, thryoid disease, obesity, substance abuse and eating disorders.  PLEASE NOTE: This course is only available as part of the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program and cannot be purchased individually.

 
AATP 7 - Special Patients: Coexisting Disease II - 607

AATP 7 - Special Patients: Coexisting Disease II - 607

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS

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.

 
 
AATP 8 - Anesthetic Emergencies, Drugs and Algorithms I - 608

AATP 8 - Anesthetic Emergencies, Drugs and Algorithms I - 608

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS

This program is the eight of 10 modules included in the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program (AATP). Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of anesthetic emergencies will be discussed, with special emphasis on respiratory problems. PLEASE NOTE: This course is only available as part of the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program and cannot be purchased individually.

 
AATP 9 - Anesthetic Emergencies, Drugs and Algorithms II - 609

AATP 9 - Anesthetic Emergencies, Drugs and Algorithms II - 609

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS

This program is the ninth of ten  modules included in the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program (AATP). Prevention, diagnosis and treatment of anesthetic emergencies will be discussed, including angina, syncope, stroke, allergy, disorders of blood pressure and heart rate and hypoglycemia, among others. PLEASE NOTE: This course is only available as part of the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program and cannot be purchased individually.

 
AATP 10 - Simulation - 610

AATP 10 - Simulation - 610

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS

This is the last of 10 modules included in the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program (AATP). Live, in-person, hands-on simulation training will occur under the auspice of the anesthesia provider, guided by video instruction and prompts.  PLEASE NOTE: This course is only available as part of the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program and cannot be purchased individually.

 
 
AATP 5 - Monitoring and Discharge - 605

AATP 5 - Monitoring and Discharge - 605

Presenter: Robert C. Bosack, DDS

This program is the fifth of 10 modules included in the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program (AATP). Rationale and techniques of patient monitoring during office based sedation / anesthesia are covered in detail. PLEASE NOTE: This course is only available as part of the Anesthesia Assistant Training Program and cannot be purchased individually.

 
Guided Simulation / Team Training in your office - 200

Guided Simulation / Team Training in your office - 200

Presenter: Karen Crowley, DDS

Simulation has been shown to be beneficial in reducing medical error and improving healthcare quality and patient safety. This program will facilitate learning, practicing and perfecting various emergency scenarios without harm to "simulated" pateints. Frequent physical rehearsal in the environment that task and team performance are required is the most efficient and effective method to acquire these skills.

 
 
 
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