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Emergency Medications Every Dentist Should Know: Part 1

Emergency Medications Every Dentist Should Know: Part 1

Emergency Medications Every Dentist Should Know: Part 1

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Launch date: 30 Oct 2018
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Last updated: 09 Mar 2019

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Emergency Medications Every Dentist Should Know is a four part Powerpoint presentation series
for ADA CE online continuing education.
In this course, we will review important medications commonly found in proprietary dental
emergency kits or emergency medications/equipment/supplies which can be stocked and
maintained by the dental office.
Course content main points for Part 1 of 4:
- American Dental Association discussion concerning office emergencies and office
emergency kits.
- The importance of oxygen, and why it should be your first emergency drug of
choice.Modes of oxygen delivery.
- Review of adrenergic receptors (which will aid in the study of other emergency
medications discussed later in this online continuing education series).
- The use of Albuterol,a β2 adrenergic agonist which relaxes bronchial smooth muscle.
- Discussion of some common routes of administration to deliver emergency medications in
the dental office: intravenous, intraosseous, inhaled, intramuscular, subcutaneous, and
- Inhaled spirits of ammonia, when it is used, and its limitations for the revival from
You will receive an official ADA/CERP certificate by post on completion of this course.


On completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1. Discuss why a dentist should stock emergency medications and should learn responses to medical emergencies.

2. List some common medications found in proprietary and custom dental emergency kits.

3. Learn when to use these medications.

4. Review the physiology of how these medications work.

5. Learn the routes of administration to administer these common emergency medications to patients.

6. Develop a, “Quick & Dirty Cheat Sheet” for your dental office emergency area.

7. Develop a reminder
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Allan Schwartz, DDS, CRNA, Founder of Sedation Consult
A 1980 graduate of Baylor College of Dentistry and 1994 graduate of Washington University School of Nurse Anesthesia, Dr. Schwartz has been teaching anesthesia to Dentists, Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists, Physicians, and Nurses for over 10 years. He is currently employed at Saint Louis University Hospital, a level-1 trauma center in St. Louis and is a Clinical Assistant Professor in the department of Periodontics at the Center for Advanced Dental Education at Saint Louis University. He also provides deep sedation in various dental offices in the state of Missouri, and is one of only two Missouri general dentists who possess a deep sedation/general anesthesia permit granted by the Missouri Dental Board.

Current Accreditations

This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • American Dental Association Continuing Education Recognition Program ( ADA CERP)
  • 4.00 Credits -
    Reference: AGD Provider ID # 333107

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