P724 Oral Surgery Control of Pain and Anxiety

Merskey (1979) defined pain as an, 'unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential damage, or described in terms of such damage'. The International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) has endorsed this definition. Pain involves a motivational-affective component as well as a sensory-discriminitive dimension and can occur without noiception.

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Aims

  • To discuss the use of appropriate local anaesthetic technique & reasons for its success and failure
  • To understand appropriate pain management techniques
  • To understand factors that may influence the decision for local anaesthetic, sedation or general anaesthetic

Objectives

On completion of this course you will understand appropriate techniques for administering local anaesthetic and reasons why you may not achieve a sasifactory anaesthsia.

You will be aware of appropriate pain management techniques available to dental professionals and understand the pactors that may influence the decision for local anaesthetic, sedation or general anaesthetic.

 

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