Medical Emergencies in the Dental Practice
Medical Emergencies in the Dental Practice training is carried out by one of our qualified instructions within your own practice environment.
Why do I need to do this course?
The Quality standards for cardiopulmonary resuscitation practice and training from the Resuscitation Council state -
All clinical areas should have immediate access to an automated external defibrillator (AED).
Primary dental care providers, general dental practitioners and all other dental healthcare professionals should undergo training in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) including basic airway management and the use of an AED.
How long will this course take?
The course takes approximately 2 hours and you will earn verifiable CPD. This course covers developement outcomes A, B, C, D
Training Objectives of this course?
- Procedures, equipment and therapeutic treatment of common medical emergencies as listed in the British National Formulary (each common medical emergency is discussed, scenarios, signs and symptoms and then how to manage – position, emergency drugs/doses, equipment)
- Management of the choking patient
- When to seek further medical assistance
- The importance of accurate clinical records
- Clinical handover process
- Assess an acutely sick patient using (DR) ABCDE approach
- The Primary Survey (DR ABC)
- The Secondary Survey (DE)
How much does this course cost?
For a Member the course is £220 + VAT for up to 12 delegates
For a non member the course is £320 + VAT for up to 12 delegates
Any additional delegates are £10 each up to a maximum of 20.