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-Detailed pharmacological context behind the rationale for use of a hypnotic (Midazolam) and an opiate (Fentanyl) for dental sedation. -Appropriate protocols for two-drug administration and monitoring. -Gain access to the SST online program at no additional cost by way of your NZSSD membership. -Principles for safe sedation practice and patient selection when using multi-drug sedation. -Potential complications (and their management) that you may encounter during minimal to moderate procedural sedation, encompassing aspects of airway and circulatory adverse events. -Appropriate use of supplemental oxygen and relevance of capnography for monitoring respiratory adequacy and safety. -Receive an overview of capnography waveforms along with the tools for interpretation of common waveform patterns. -Tips and tricks on cannulation for patients with difficult veins. -How to improve your overall success rates for cannulation. -Simple ways to streamline and improve patient outcomes during sedation based on practical experiences and case discussions. To enroll email [email protected]

Learning outcomes

Learn how to move to the next level of IV sedation using two drugs

Speaker

Don Macalister, Rohit Bedi

See NZSSD website for all speaker bios and enrolment information.

IV Sedation 301 Midazolam + Fentanyl

Don Macalister, Rohit Bedi
Saturday 22nd Jun 2024
8:30am - 4:30pm
Venue:
TBC
Region: Auckland
Brought to you by NZ Society for Sedation in Dentistry