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Category:Dentistry
Address:925 W. 34th Street Los Angeles, California, United States of America 90089
Phone:213.821.2127
Event dates:5/18/2009 - 7/19/2009 (This event has already taken place)
Event web site:http://https://uscsd03.usc.edu/ce/course_calendar_detail.asp?ID=656
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  • Dr. Stanley F. Malamed, Dr. Ken Reed
  • Physical Evaluation* Monday, May 18, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. LECTURE COURSE 7 Hours of Continuing Education Adequate preoperative evaluation of the patient is essential to the safe completion of dental treatment. In this program, an easy-to-use system of physical evaluation will be presented, which enables the doctor to determine the potential risk involved in dental treatment of the medically compromised patient. The medical history questionnaire, dialogue history and physical evaluation will be discussed as means of spotting the potential patient at risk. Specific diseases will be reviewed, stressing their significance to dentistry. These will include: cardiovascular, respiratory, neurologic and endocrine disorders. The USC Physical Evaluation System will be introduced as method of categorizing the medically compromised patient and determining the need for therapy modifications. Stress reduction protocols and practical steps which significantly reduce patient risk during treatment, will be reviewed. *This course is a prerequisite for enrolling in the Clinical Intravenous Sedation Course scheduled for July 9 - 12, 17 - 19, 2009. Emergency Medicine* Tuesday, May 19, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. LECTURE COURSE 7 Hours of Continuing Education This course is designed to provide all members of the dental office team with a concise, up-to-date and practical review of emergency medicine. The course will review the preparation of the dental office for medical emergencies and the prevention, recognition and management of specific situations that can, and do, arise in dental offices and at home. It is recommended that all members of your dental team participate in this program. In addition, give serious consideration to enrolling your office staff in the basic life support provider level course (CPR). *This course is a prerequisite for enrolling in the Clinical Intravenous Sedation Course scheduled for July 9 - 12, 17 - 19, 2009 Monitoring and Clinical Emergency Medicine* Wednesday, May 20, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. LECTURE COURSE 7 Hours of Continuing Education The prevention and management of medical emergencies are vitally important components of an in-office program in preparedness for such life-threatening situations. This clinical program for the doctor, hygienist and assistant, provides didactic demonstration and handson experience in the monitoring of patients before and during dental office procedures for the management of life-threatening situations. The monitoring portion of the course will provide experience in the recording of blood pressure, the heart rate and rhythm (via palpation and electronic pulse meter) and monitoring of heart/lung sounds via stethoscope. The use of the ECG will also be demonstrated. The proper use of emergency equipment will be the subject of the second portion of the course. Demonstrations and practice will be provided in the use of the positive pressure/demand valve (Robert- Shaw, Elder Valve), the self-inflating bag-valve-mask (Ambu bag), the oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal airway as well as laryngoscope and endotrachael tubes. *This course is a prerequisite for enrolling in the Clinical Intravenous Sedation Course scheduled for July 9 - 12, 17 - 19, 2009 Clinical Intravenous Sedation Thursday - Sunday, July 9 - 12, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday - Sunday, July 17 - 19, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. LECTURE, DEMONSTRATION AND PARTICIPATION 49 Hours of Continuing Education • Limited Enrollment Seven days (49 hours) of concentrated study in the basics of intravenous sedation for the doctor not previously trained in this technique. The aim of this course is to enable doctors completing it to return to their practices and feel confident in using intravenous sedation on their patients. This course fulfills the dental board requirements for parenteral sedation permits. This is a clinical course requiring the doctor to treat dental patients who are receiving intravenous medications. This course devotes considerable time to the technique of venipuncture and the intravenous benzodiazepines midazolam and diazepam. To make the course truly valuable for your office staff, it is recommended that they be urged to attend along with the doctor. To be accepted in this course, the doctor must have a currently valid basic life support provider level (or higher) card from either the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross plus the above 3 prerequisite courses. Fees for the prerequisite courses “Physical Evaluation”, “Emergency Medicine” and “Monitoring and Clinical Emergency Medicine” are already included in the fee for this course. CPR is required and not included. Additional faculty will be included as needed to enhance faculty to participant ratio.
Contact:cedental@usc.edu
Organizer phone:213.821.2127
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CE Credits:7 Continuing Education Credits For Each Unit
Organizer URLwww.uscdentalce.org

Description:

Physical Evaluation* Monday, May 18, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. LECTURE COURSE 7 Hours of Continuing Education Adequate preoperative evaluation of the patient is essential to the safe completion of dental treatment. In this program, an easy-to-use system of physical evaluation will be presented, which enables the doctor to determine the potential risk involved in dental treatment of the medically compromised patient. The medical history questionnaire, dialogue history and physical evaluation will be discussed as means of spotting the potential patient at risk. Specific diseases will be reviewed, stressing their significance to dentistry. These will include: cardiovascular, respiratory, neurologic and endocrine disorders. The USC Physical Evaluation System will be introduced as method of categorizing the medically compromised patient and determining the need for therapy modifications. Stress reduction protocols and practical steps which significantly reduce patient risk during treatment, will be reviewed. *This course is a prerequisite for enrolling in the Clinical Intravenous Sedation Course scheduled for July 9 - 12, 17 - 19, 2009. Emergency Medicine* Tuesday, May 19, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. LECTURE COURSE 7 Hours of Continuing Education This course is designed to provide all members of the dental office team with a concise, up-to-date and practical review of emergency medicine. The course will review the preparation of the dental office for medical emergencies and the prevention, recognition and management of specific situations that can, and do, arise in dental offices and at home. It is recommended that all members of your dental team participate in this program. In addition, give serious consideration to enrolling your office staff in the basic life support provider level course (CPR). *This course is a prerequisite for enrolling in the Clinical Intravenous Sedation Course scheduled for July 9 - 12, 17 - 19, 2009 Monitoring and Clinical Emergency Medicine* Wednesday, May 20, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. LECTURE COURSE 7 Hours of Continuing Education The prevention and management of medical emergencies are vitally important components of an in-office program in preparedness for such life-threatening situations. This clinical program for the doctor, hygienist and assistant, provides didactic demonstration and handson experience in the monitoring of patients before and during dental office procedures for the management of life-threatening situations. The monitoring portion of the course will provide experience in the recording of blood pressure, the heart rate and rhythm (via palpation and electronic pulse meter) and monitoring of heart/lung sounds via stethoscope. The use of the ECG will also be demonstrated. The proper use of emergency equipment will be the subject of the second portion of the course. Demonstrations and practice will be provided in the use of the positive pressure/demand valve (Robert- Shaw, Elder Valve), the self-inflating bag-valve-mask (Ambu bag), the oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal airway as well as laryngoscope and endotrachael tubes. *This course is a prerequisite for enrolling in the Clinical Intravenous Sedation Course scheduled for July 9 - 12, 17 - 19, 2009 Clinical Intravenous Sedation Thursday - Sunday, July 9 - 12, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. Friday - Sunday, July 17 - 19, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. LECTURE, DEMONSTRATION AND PARTICIPATION 49 Hours of Continuing Education • Limited Enrollment Seven days (49 hours) of concentrated study in the basics of intravenous sedation for the doctor not previously trained in this technique. The aim of this course is to enable doctors completing it to return to their practices and feel confident in using intravenous sedation on their patients. This course fulfills the dental board requirements for parenteral sedation permits. This is a clinical course requiring the doctor to treat dental patients who are receiving intravenous medications. This course devotes considerable time to the technique of venipuncture and the intravenous benzodiazepines midazolam and diazepam. To make the course truly valuable for your office staff, it is recommended that they be urged to attend along with the doctor. To be accepted in this course, the doctor must have a currently valid basic life support provider level (or higher) card from either the American Heart Association or the American Red Cross plus the above 3 prerequisite courses. Fees for the prerequisite courses “Physical Evaluation”, “Emergency Medicine” and “Monitoring and Clinical Emergency Medicine” are already included in the fee for this course. CPR is required and not included. Additional faculty will be included as needed to enhance faculty to participant ratio.

Schedule:

Physical Evaluation*
Monday, May 18, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
LECTURE COURSE
7 Hours of Continuing Education

Adequate preoperative evaluation of the patient is essential to the
safe completion of dental treatment. In this program, an easy-to-use
system of physical evaluation will be presented, which enables the
doctor to determine the potential risk involved in dental treatment of
the medically compromised patient.
The medical history questionnaire, dialogue history and physical
evaluation will be discussed as means of spotting the potential
patient at risk. Specific diseases will be reviewed, stressing their
significance to dentistry. These will include: cardiovascular,
respiratory, neurologic and endocrine disorders.
The USC Physical Evaluation System will be introduced as method of
categorizing the medically compromised patient and determining
the need for therapy modifications. Stress reduction protocols and
practical steps which significantly reduce patient risk during
treatment, will be reviewed.
*This course is a prerequisite for enrolling in the Clinical Intravenous Sedation Course
scheduled for July 9 - 12, 17 - 19, 2009.

Emergency Medicine*
Tuesday, May 19, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
LECTURE COURSE
7 Hours of Continuing Education

This course is designed to provide all members of the dental office
team with a concise, up-to-date and practical review of emergency
medicine. The course will review the preparation of the dental office
for medical emergencies and the prevention, recognition and
management of specific situations that can, and do, arise in dental
offices and at home. It is recommended that all members of your
dental team participate in this program. In addition, give serious
consideration to enrolling your office staff in the basic life support
provider level course (CPR).
*This course is a prerequisite for enrolling in the Clinical Intravenous Sedation Course
scheduled for July 9 - 12, 17 - 19, 2009

Monitoring and Clinical
Emergency Medicine*
Wednesday, May 20, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
LECTURE COURSE
7 Hours of Continuing Education
The prevention and management of medical emergencies are vitally
important components of an in-office program in preparedness for
such life-threatening situations. This clinical program for the doctor,
hygienist and assistant, provides didactic demonstration and handson
experience in the monitoring of patients before and during dental
office procedures for the management of life-threatening situations.
The monitoring portion of the course will provide experience in the
recording of blood pressure, the heart rate and rhythm (via palpation
and electronic pulse meter) and monitoring of heart/lung sounds via
stethoscope. The use of the ECG will also be demonstrated. The
proper use of emergency equipment will be the subject of the
second portion of the course. Demonstrations and practice will be
provided in the use of the positive pressure/demand valve (Robert-
Shaw, Elder Valve), the self-inflating bag-valve-mask (Ambu bag),
the oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal airway as well as
laryngoscope and endotrachael tubes.
*This course is a prerequisite for enrolling in the Clinical Intravenous Sedation Course
scheduled for July 9 - 12, 17 - 19, 2009

Clinical Intravenous Sedation
Thursday - Sunday, July 9 - 12, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Friday - Sunday, July 17 - 19, 2009 • 8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
LECTURE, DEMONSTRATION AND PARTICIPATION
49 Hours of Continuing Education • Limited Enrollment

Seven days (49 hours) of concentrated study in the basics of
intravenous sedation for the doctor not previously trained in this
technique. The aim of this course is to enable doctors completing
it to return to their practices and feel confident in using intravenous
sedation on their patients. This course fulfills the dental board
requirements for parenteral sedation permits. This is a clinical
course requiring the doctor to treat dental patients who are
receiving intravenous medications. This course devotes
considerable time to the technique of venipuncture and the
intravenous benzodiazepines midazolam and diazepam. To make
the course truly valuable for your office staff, it is recommended
that they be urged to attend along with the doctor. To be accepted
in this course, the doctor must have a currently valid basic life
support provider level (or higher) card from either the American
Heart Association or the American Red Cross plus the above 3
prerequisite courses.
Fees for the prerequisite courses “Physical Evaluation”, “Emergency Medicine” and “Monitoring
and Clinical Emergency Medicine” are already included in the fee for this course. CPR is required
and not included. Additional faculty will be included as needed to enhance faculty to participant
ratio.

Registration Fee Details:

Physical Evaluation*
Emergency Medicine*
Before April 1, 2009
Dentist: $255 • Auxiliary: $145
After April 1, 2009
Dentist: $295 • Auxiliary: $175
Monitoring and Clinical Emergency Medicine*
Before April 1, 2009
Dentist: $355 • Auxiliary: $195
After April 1, 2009
Dentist: $395 • Auxiliary: $245
Clinical Intravenous Sedation
Before January 1, 2009 Dentist: $9,950
After January 1, 2009 Dentist: $10,750
(Tuition includes all 3 prerequisite courses)
Participants can bring 2 non-dentist auxiliaries for the clinical sessions

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Contact Person:USC School of Dentistry Office of Continuing Education
Contact Emailcedental@usc.edu
Organizer Address 1925 W. 34th Street
Organizer CityLos Angeles
Organizer State: (US)California
Organizer State/Province: (Outside US)
Organizer Zip or Postal Code90089
Organizer CountryUnited States of America
Organizer Phone213.821.2127
Organizer Fax213.740.3973
Structural makeupEducational
Event sold out?No
Multiple locations or dates?No
Statistics available for most recent event held in:NA
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Target BoundariesInternational
Is Registration contact information the same as Organizer Contact above?Yes
Web Page www.uscdentalce.org
Can one register for your CE on your web site?Yes
E-mail registration:cedental@usc.edu
Can registration be made by snail (regular) mail?Yes
Online housing reservations: 
 
Do you have additional written or AV materials for sale?No
If so, are they available for non-attendees as well as those attending?NA
Is full tuition necessary to ensure registration?No
Will there be shuttle service available?NA

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