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Moderate Sedation and Emergency Medicine for Periodontists

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Joseph A. Giovannitti Jr. --Cham: Springer , c2020.
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This book is intended for periodontal residents and practicing periodontists who wish to incorporate the principles of moderate sedation into daily practice. A history of the development of sedation in dental practice sets the stage for understanding the need for a comprehensive preanesthetic evaluation to identify potentially reactive patients prior to treatment. Useful drugs for moderate sedation and reversal agents in the office setting are reviewed to ensure proper perioperative usage. Comp…
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Author
Giovannitti Jr., Joseph A.
Responsibility
Joseph A. Giovannitti Jr.
Place of Publication
Cham
Publisher
Springer
Date of Publication
c2020
Physical Description
1 online resource (viii, 86 p.) : 61 illus., 29 illus. in color
ISBN
9783030357504
9783030357498 (Print ed.)
9783030357511 (Print ed.)
9783030357528 (Print ed.)
Subjects (MeSH)
Conscious Sedation - complications
Conscious Sedation - methods
Emergencies
Periodontics - methods
Specialty
Anesthesiology
Dentistry
Abstract
This book is intended for periodontal residents and practicing periodontists who wish to incorporate the principles of moderate sedation into daily practice. A history of the development of sedation in dental practice sets the stage for understanding the need for a comprehensive preanesthetic evaluation to identify potentially reactive patients prior to treatment. Useful drugs for moderate sedation and reversal agents in the office setting are reviewed to ensure proper perioperative usage. Comprehensive airway management and rescue skills are then documented in detail so that the patient may be properly managed in the event that the sedation progresses beyond the intended level. A key aim is to equip the reader with sufficient knowledge and preparedness to overcome the patient management challenges associated with common and uncommon deviations from intraoperative norms. Finally, for those academicians interested in teaching the principles of sedation to periodontal residents, a curriculum development tool is provided to ensure comprehensive training leading to competency.
Contents
Principles and the Development of Sedation in Dentistry -- Sedation in Dental Practice -- Preanesthetic Evaluation for Periodontal Sedation -- Drugs Suitable for Moderate Periodontal Sedation -- Periodontal Airway Management Strategies -- Monitoring during Periodontal Sedation -- Emergency Medicine for Periodontists -- Curricular Development and Training Requirements for Periodontal Sedation.
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e-Book
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