Nitrous Oxide Inhalation Sedation Hands-on and Basic Life Support (BLS) Training
The dentist may need to use pharmacological means to obtain acquiescence and cooperation from his/her patient to provide a good quality of dental treatment. Nitrous oxide/oxygen (also known as “medicated oxygen” or “magic air”) inhalation is a safe and effective technique to reduce anxiety and enhance effective communication. The dentists who utilize nitrous oxide for their dental patients shall possess appropriate training and skills and have available the proper facilities, personnel, and equipment to manage any reasonably foreseeable emergency. Training and certification in basic life support are required for all clinical personnel. Therefore, this hands-on will be incorporated with Basic Life Support (BLS) training.
- Facilities/equipment/personnel is required to provide nitrous oxide inhalation sedation.
- Introduction to nitrous oxide inhalation sedation machine.
- Patient selection.
- Patient preparation before nitrous oxide inhalation sedation administration.
- Technique of nitrous oxide inhalation sedation administration.
- Monitoring of the patient during and after nitrous oxide inhalation sedation.
- Documentation of the patient before, during, and after nitrous oxide inhalation sedation.
- Common medical emergency in a dental setting.
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and rescue breath for adult and child.
- Management of chocking adult and infant.
- The use of AED (Automated External Defibrillator).
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and rescue breathing for an infant.
- Prof Khoo Suan Phaik
Common Medical Emergency in a Dental Setting, Professor in Oral Pathology
- Dr Siew Wei Fern
Certified BLS Instructor Senior Lecturer, Community Medicine
- Dr Niekla S Andiesta
Nitrous Oxide Inhalation Sedation for Anxious Child Patients, BLS for Health Provider, Senior Lecturer, School of Dentistry
REGISTRATION FEE (inclusive of SST)
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