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P838 Sedation Guidelines

Speaker: Robert Dyas BDS DCH MMedSci FDSRCS, Fellow of ITI

  • About This Course
  • Course Contents

This course aims to promote good clinical practice for the provision of conscious sedation in dentistry that is both safe and effective. It is not intended to be a technical guide for sedation and therefore does not include details of drug doses or delivery.

This course is applicable to all patients receiving conscious sedation to facilitate the provision of any type of dental treatment whether it is delivered in a dental practice, in a public or community dental service clinic or in a hospital setting.

It is based on the latest Standards for Conscious Sedation in the Provision of Dental Care - Report of the Intercollegiate Advisory Committee for Sedation in Dentistry 2015.

All staff involved in dental sedation need to undertake 12 hours of relevant CPD in every 5 year cycle.

Learning Outcomes

Aims

  • To describe current UK guidelines with regard to IV sedation
  • To describe current uk guidelines with regard to RA

 

Objectives

On completion of this course you will understand current best practice and the training requirements for all staff involved with dental sedation.

1. Conscious Sedation in Dentistry

This course aims to promote good clinical practice for the provision of conscious sedation in dentistry that is both safe and effective.

It is not intended to be a technical guide for sedation and therefore does not include details of drug doses or delivery.

2. Environment for sedation

A look at the facilities, staff and equipment required.

3. Preparation For Conscious Sedation

A look at indications for sedation

4. Conscious sedation techniques

A look at different techniques for sedation, both basic and advanced along with guidelines.

5. Sedation for children

Look at options available

6. Recovery and discharge

Look at best practice

7. Records and documentation

Look at what needs to be recorded

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