Pediatric Sedation CE Courses for Assistants

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THIS COURSE TRAINS: RDA, RDH, NURSES

Our Pediatric Oral Sedation CE course for Assistants produces team members that can help their dentist in three major categories:

TREATMENT PLANNING

The assistants will learn to:

  • Take pre screening pediatric vital signs
  • Pre screen pediatric medical problems
  • Pre screen pediatric difficult airways
  • Educate parents / caregivers on the risks of a full stomach during sedation

DENTAL OPERATORY SEDATION

The assistants will learn to:

  • Hook up a pediatric vital signs monitor
    • Blood Pressure
    • Heart Rate
    • Respiratory Rate
    • Rythym Stripe
    • Pulse Oximetry
    • Capnography
  • Actively interpret a pediatric vital signs monitor
  • Use and fill out a pediatric sedation flow sheet
  • Audit pediatric sedation consent forms
  • Recognize, Respond, Perform, and Communicate in any pediatric sedation emergency

PATIENT DISCHARGE

The assistants will learn to:

  • Evaluate when the pediatric patient can have the monitors removed
  • Evaluate when the pediatric patient can be safely discharged
  • Use and fill out pediatric sedation discharge instructions

Assistants also develop a solid understanding in pediatric sedation pharmacology, physiology, and anatomy.  Trained assistants become proficient in aiding the dentist during pediatric emergencies in a dental office.  The ADMA develops a team member that the dentist can rely upon as not only an emergency assistant but an emergency resource.  Pediatric case simulation, individual instructor interaction, and hands on exposure develops an assistant that can both lead and be a team member.  *Select “learn more” from any of the above courses for an in depth content and training description.

1 Day Course 8 CE Credits for Assistants
  • Introduces sedation lecture topics to advance the assistants sedation knowledge level.
  • Pediatric Pharmacology Key Points:
    • Dangerous dosing
    • Respiration cautions
    • Duration and mechanism of action
  • Pediatric Anatomy Key Points
    • The anatomical difficulties of a pediatric airway
    • Tonsils
    • Pediatric airway obstruction
  • Pediatric Physiology Key Points:
    • Why children desaturate so quickly
    • Understand each monitor parameter and how it relates to physiology
    • Understand how sedatives affect a patient’s physiology
    • Understand why kids are monitored on a breath by breath basis
  • Participation in group simulations and emergencies.

2 Day Course 16 CE Credits for Assistants
  • Integrates live pediatric case simulations and airway management with challenging pediatric sedation emergencies.
  • Show proficiency in the ADMA pediatric airway algorithm
  • Individual pediatric emergency airway and medical simulations
  • Assistants must lead emergency airway and medical simulations

The ADMA trains dental assistants that proficiently help in pediatric emergencies and airway management.  This assures that you are providing the best and safest sedation safety net possible to your pediatric dental patients.