Medical Emergencies for the Implant Dentist
(Advanced Cardiac Life Support)
The First & Only Emergency Course Specifically for the Implant Dentist
  • This one-day course is one of the most comprehensive medical emergency courses specifically tailored for the dental profession.
  • Participating doctors become certified in Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS) and receive a two-year certification by the American Heart Association and Red Cross.
  • This two-year certification fulfills state anesthesia requirements and also allows for insurance premium reductions by many insurance carriers.
Course Review:
  1. Management of medical emergencies from syncope to myocardial infarction.
    • Learn how to prevent the “slippery slope”
  2. Learn monitor reading
    • Learn how to interpret all Vital Signs (BP, HR, O2)
    • Learn how to read and interpret EKG recordings
  3. Airway management
    • Hands-on use of Oral / Nasopharygeal Airways
    • Hands-on use of LMA and Intubation techniques
  4. Medical emergency drug protocol
    • Learn what emergency drugs to have in your office and when to use them
    • How to administer emergency drugs
  5. Hands-on “mock” emergencies laboratory sessions
    • Learn the treatment protocol for the most common emergencies that occur in dental implant practices
Thursday, July 22, 2010 (S4-Sinus Weekend)
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
Orlando, Florida
Hilton OrlandoHotel
Instructors: Dr. Carl Misch, Dr. Randolph Resnik, Dr. Harvey Allen
Don’t miss this once a year course
Call Heidi at 248-642-3199

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