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Monitoring Sedation/General Anesthesia, Intravenous Catheter Insertions (Live) - September 14th, 15th, & 21st, 2024

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If you do not have a Nitrous Oxide Certification, don't worry we have a course for that! Click Here

For Dentists, Dental Anesthesiologists, Dental Hygienists, Dental Assistants, & Dental Therapists.

The first course approved by the Minnesota, North, and South Dakota Boards of Dentistry

NOTE: Minnesota Students must have completed a Minnesota Dental Board approved Nitrous Oxide course. We have one!

Minnesota/North Dakota/South Dakota Dental Board Approved I.V. Certification is designed to be easily understandable and paced for easy learning, with time available for questions from attendees. (Accepted by Wisconsin and Iowa.)

Dr. Schwartz focuses on being sure his students understand the content, and are able to implement the knowledge they gain in this class. This course is designed to prepare Dentists, Dental Hygienists, and Dental Assistants to incorporate intravenous sedation into their dental practice.
Held at:
Courtyard by Marriott by Mall of America
7800 Bloomington Avenue South
Bloomington, Minnesota 55425
(952) 876-0100

Lunch is on your own.

Full 3-day (((LIVE & ONLINE))) Session -
May 4th, 5th, & 11th 2024

Dentist/Dental Anesthesiologists - $997

Dental Assistants/Dental Hygienists/Dental Therapists - $945

The first I.V. Certification Course Approved by both the Minnesota, North Dakota, and
South Dakota Boards of Dentistry - 8 Sed Con CEUS; 16 ADA/CERP CEUs.
Easy-to-understand class.

Day 1 - 8-Hours Live at the Courtyard by Marriott in Bloomington, Minnesota.
Day 2 - 8-Hours Live via ZOOM.
Day 3 - 8-Hours Live via ZOOM

Students with DAANCE Certification - (((LIVE))) May 4th 2024. 8-Hour Clinical Course Completion for DAANCE Certified LDA, and RDH Only;(The required Minnesota Board of Dentistry Approved 8-hour clinical completion course).Day 1 - Live at the Courtyard by Marriott in Bloomington, MinnesotaTuition LDA/RDA; RDH; DT - $397.00 for 1 Class day. Lunch is on your own. 8 SEDCon CEUs.

DAANCE Certified Students Extra Day of Lectures - (((LIVE & ONLINE))) Day 2 is Free. Same tuition as the Single Day Option. May 4th & 5th 2024. Join us for the second day for $397.00 for 2 Class days. Attend all of the lectures and get 16 CEU.2 Class Days. No Exam. Day 1 - Live at the Courtyard by Marriott in Bloomington, Minnesota. Day 2 - Live via ZOOM

The Objectives:

All you will need to comply with Minnesota, North Dakota, and South Dakota Boards of Dentistry rules. This is an easy to understand and Informative class that prepares you for the challenges of sedated patients in any dental office environment.

The details:

  • Review of basic sciences: Anatomy, Physiology, and Pharmacology
  • Evaluation of patients with systemic diseases in preparation for anesthesia, recognizing the implications of systemic disease on the delivery of anesthesia
  • Review of patient records, medical history, for essential data and screening medical histories, (day of surgery patient assessment form)
  • ASA physical status assessment, classification, and appropriate patient selection
  • Properly attach a monitor to a patient, and evaluate monitor values
  • Observe a patient as a form of monitoring
  • Assemble fluids, intravenous lines, intravenous catheters, and needed armamentaria to insert an intravenous catheter into a patient
  • Discuss sterile technique and prevention of infection
  • Discuss fluids and electrolytes
  • Perform insertion of a minimum of six intravenous catheters with at least two into a patient
  • Discuss common anesthesia and resuscitation drugs
  • Properly equip and maintain a facility where anesthesia is delivered
  • Appropriate patient records: health history assessment, anesthesia consent, source consent, and time-sensitive anesthesia record.
  • Informed consent
  • Monitoring and assessment of the sedated patient during treatment and recovery
  • Appropriate documentation of the management and treatment of sedated patients
  • Time oriented anesthesia record
  • Appropriate discharge criteria
  • Auxiliary roles in response to most common responses incident to administration of anxiolysis, moderate sedation, deep sedation/analgesia, and general anesthesia
  • Patient positioning: venous thromboembolism prophylaxis
  • Successful completion of an examination measuring knowledge necessary for safe and effective anesthesia care of a sedated patient

MSGA Re-Take - $100

For those students needing to re-take the Entire Course and the Examination.

  • Please register here.
  • Please download your class notes.
  • Print out your notes.
  • Read them over a couple of times.
  • Bring your notes to class on the appointed date.

Thank-you and let me know at any time if you have any questions. I am happy to help you understand this material and grateful for your business.

Allan Schwartz, DDS, CRNA

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