Understandable, State-of-the-Art Sedation Training for Dentists, their Team, Physicians, and Nurses
With the popularity of sedation, are you and your staff concerned about safety, effectiveness and side effects of sedation? Are you up-to-speed on monitoring, ACLS, minimal sedation, deep sedation? Are you comfortable with the spectrum of sedation
alternatives? Then you've
come to the right place for sedation training!
Combining his experience as a Dentist and a CRNA (Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist)., Dr. Schwartz has presented lectures and hands-on training for Dentists, Physicians, and Nurses for more than 10 years. He is currently employed at Saint Louis University Hospital, a level-1 trauma center in St. Louis and is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the department of Periodontics at the Center for Advanced Dental Education at Saint Louis University. He also provides deep sedation in various dental offices in the state of Missouri, and is one of only two Missouri general dentists who possess a deep sedation/general anesthesia permit granted by the Missouri Dental Board.
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"Dr. Schwartz has lectured at IPGE Meetings for nurse anesthetists on several occasions. His evaluations have always been excellent and his lectures were well received by those in attendance. The topics that he has presented were unique in that they enlightened anesthesia providers of the important role that they could play in the examination of the oral cavity during exposure of the larynx for endotracheal intubation. Abnormal pathology often goes unnoticed if the practitioner is unaware of its presence and Dr. Schwartz' presentations provide specific information concerning abnormalities of the oropharynx that enable the practitioner to play a key role in recognition and subsequent referral for appropriate intervention. We are sure that you will find your program enhance by including Dr. Schwartz as a member of your faculty."