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S10: Avoiding Iatrogenic Complications When Responding to Medical Emergencies

  • October 13, 2017, 1:30–5:30 pm (Pacific Standard Time)
  • Hilton San Diego Bayfront
    1 Park Boulevard
    San Diego, California 92101
    United States
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Seminar

CEs: 3

Dan Abell, DMD, EMT-P,AFAAID


Daniel Abell, DMD, EMT-P, AFAAID

  • Associate Fellow, American Academy of Implant Dentistry
  • Paramedic working on an ambulance for  Mercy Region EMS responding to 911 calls
  • ACLS & BLS Instructor for American Heart Association
  • Private practice, general dentistry with an emphasis on sedation and surgery

Unfortunately, health care providers, in spite of their best intentions, may cause harm to their patients with their attempts to manage a medical emergency. The severity of their failed attempts can range from a mild inconvenience to a fatality for the patient. The purpose of this presentation is to learn from the mistakes of others. This presentation is based on the experiences the presenter and his paramedic colleagues have had responding to emergencies at medical facilities.

Learning Objectives: Upon completion of this course, participants should be able to: 
  1. Respond to the medical emergencies discussed in a safe and effective way
  2. Have a good understanding of hemodynamics and how they relate to medical emergencies
  3. Respect personal limitations when responding to medical emergencies 

AGD Subject Code: 142

FEE:  $99 ($119 after 9/12/17)

LIMITED TO 30 PARTICIPANTS


Topics: Dan Abell, Medical emergencies, Iatrogenic complications