IV Moderate Sedation Providers
What would you do if a patient stopped breathing?
Monitor Live Patients
During most courses for moderate sedation providers we “make sense” of monitoring, giving you a deeper understanding of what is happening with your patients as various vital signs parameters change. As we see live patients in the operating rooms, we will thoroughly review patients’ medical histories with you and have in-depth discussions revolving around proper patient selection for moderate sedation providers with an emphasis on airway evaluation. If you have questions about our courses please contact us.
Learn about the Accu Vein, which digitally displays a map of the vasculature on the surface of the skin in real time, allowing clinicians to verify vein patency and avoid valves or bifurcations.
Review All Moderate Sedation Agents
Many moderate sedation providers have been taught a benzodiazepine only technique. For those doctors, we are happy to discuss and demonstrate opioids that are appropriate for the moderate sedation provider as well as many other adjunctive agents. For those doctors currently using only one opioid, we will discuss and demonstrate the use of other agents in this class that may be more appropriate under specific circumstances. We find that it is best to understand all of the options available to you.
Doctors Using Benzodiazepine Technique
Doctors Using Adjuctive Agents
Don’t Leave Your Assistants At Home
One of the most valuable parts of any course that we offer is the assistant training we provide. You are encouraged to bring two dental assistants with you to our courses. We train them in record keeping and assisting for dental procedures under sedation and we teach them how to help you with airway management. In the event of an emergency, their assistance could help save a life!
Book Your C.E. Course Today
This hands-on, airway centric training in the operating room with live patients is truly unique to our facility. We don’t know of anywhere else in the world that this type of training is available in a continuing education course. When planning their educational experience, we find that most doctors choose a five-day initial course. Give us a call today at (818) 344-4210 or fill out our registration request form to schedule the course that best fits your needs.