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Management of Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office

@inproceedings{Protzman2012ManagementOM,
  title={Management of Medical Emergencies in the Dental Office},
  author={S. Protzman and Jeff A. Clark and W. Leeuw},
  year={2012}
}
Crest® Oral-B ® at dentalcare.com Continuing Education Course, Revised January 24, 2012 This course is designed to improve your ability to plan for, manage and handle office medical emergencies as part of the dental team. Also includes a discussion of the importance of a thorough health history in dealing with medical emergencies, background information on emergencies, vitals and what should be included in office emergency equipment. Also provides scenarios of medical emergency situations and… Expand
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