Management of Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office

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Date TBD | Livestream Webinar

Instructor: Manish K. Bhagania BDS, MDS


“Prevention is better than cure.” This old saying is so true when you face a life-threatening condition like cardiac arrest or shock on a day-to-day basis. Many such medical emergencies are commonly encountered in the lives of dental health practitioners. Very often, these situations have favorable outcomes and the victims is saved from any major morbidity and mortality in the dental office but incidents of mishaps and serious consequences are still reported. Knowledge and understanding of the mechanism of such emergencies is necessary to prevent future problems. It is prudent for any general dentist and specialist likewise to undergo adequate training and skills workshop in order to handle such situations with the best care possible to minimize both the adverse effects of such emergencies and also the frequency of such incidents.

Course Objectives

  • Risk stratification of patients who may have potential to develop medical emergency
  • Early recognition and prompt response to encounter the medical emergency
  • Ability to differentiate between an acute and possibly life threatening condition like cardiac arrest from the ones that may require timely stabilization like syncope and hypoglycemia
  • Organization of the outpatient dental office setting in order to minimize the morbidity and mortality that may arise due to such emergencies
  • Appropriate disposition of the patients before the emergency medical services arrive.

Teaching Method: Lecture

Recommended for: General Dentists, Specialists, and Staff

Date Wednesday, September 14, 2022
Time 9:00am – 12:00pm
Price $195
CEUs 3
AGD code 130, 750