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03-5631-17025 (Video): Medical Emergencies

Course Abstract:

Contact Hours (CE): The Academy of Dental Learning and OSHA Training, LLC, designates this activity for 3 continuing education credits (3 CEs).
Cost: $30.00
Questions? Contact Us: Phone: 800-522-1207, Fax: 800-886-3009, or Email: cesupport@dentallearning.org
Published: March 2010
Revised:December 2013, 2016
Expires: December 2019
Length 1:30 hours - online video; 1:30 hours - offline study
Course Instructor: Howard J. Pactovis, DMD
No conflicts of interest are reported by the author or by educational planning committee members.

Educational Objectives

  • Define a medical emergency.
  • List the steps that must be taken to handle a medical emergency.
  • Describe how to assist if someone has stopped breathing.
  • Define the symptoms of common ailments such as: Diabetes, Hypoglycemia, Etc.
  • Describe first aid for events such as: allergic reaction, heart attack, choking, etc.

Course Description

This professional video is illustrated with pictures, graphics and PowerPoint slides and organized into easily accessible eight-to-twelve minute sections.

Are you prepared to deal with emergencies that may arise during your workday? What if one of your coworkers collapsed, would you immediately know what to do? This course will teach you the proper response in an emergency setting.

This professionally video is fully illustrated with pictures, graphics and power point slides and organized into easily accessible eight-to-twelve minute sections, then further organized by image title, allowing you to replay or skip ahead throughout within a section by clicking on any section title:

  1. Office Preparation for Medical Emergencies
  2. Your Emergency Medical Kit
  3. Medical Events in the Dental Office
  4. Office Staff Procedures
  5. How to Take This Course

    Click on the logo below to open the course video and study materials. Study the course then return to this page and click to Take the Exam. Upon successful completion of the exam you will be asked to register and pay over a secure connection. Your exam will grade automatically and your certificate will display for you to save and/or print for your records.

Contact Hours: 3.00
Price: $30.00

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