ADSA will be at the Aria Hotel & Casino in las Vegas, NV in 2015. Rooms are also being held at the Vdara hotel, Aria's sister property next door.
For discounted room reservations starting at $149-$199 at Aria, please click on the link below.
For discounted room reservations at Vdara at $129-$179, please click on the link below.
Now for the ENTIRE OFFICE TEAM (Limit 2 Staff at Auxiliary Tuition to Each Doctor), an educational high fidelity simulation experience for successful management of complications to optimize your team’s reactions and responses.
This course is intended for dental practitioners providing IV moderate sedation and/or deep sedation/general anesthesia. Emergency scenarios will be customized to the type and depth of sedation & anesthesia you provide, and the emergencies you are likely to encounter. Course space is limited to provide each registrant with a high student – faculty ratio and an optimal educational hands-on experience.
We encourage staff to attend with their doctor to get the best team training experience, but due to high demand for this course, it is limited to two staff per doctor. It is suggested that staff be fully prepared by the doctor prior to coming to the course.
This highly popular, fast-paced, unique, challenging, and individualized program provides a clinical simulation experience that addresses the assessment and management of complications associated with moderate sedation, deep sedation and general anesthesia. Emphasis is placed on “hands-on” training in airway management. Following a brief introductory lecture explaining essential emergency management principles, and hands-on practice at specific emergency “task stations,” participants will then break into small groups to practice emergency patient management on human patient simulators (Hi-Fidelity Laerdal SimMan 3G computerized human simulators) in real time. Each participant typically participates in different emergency scenarios, and “leads” the management of some scenarios (customized to the provider’s level and type of sedation) over the course of the session. A debriefing to discuss the efficacy of the interventions will follow each scenario.
Registrants are provided pre-requisite reading materials for study, including treatment algorithms, and an optional online course pretest that may be completed prior to the course date for additional 2 CE credits.
Participants will practice the emergency scenarios in groups, and the emergency simulation training is most effective if done with the doctor’s own staff. To make the best use of the available time, participants will be provided with a list of mock drugs and equipment available.
1. Demonstrate the primary assessment of an anesthesia emergency.
2. Understand the various anatomical and pathological causes of airway obstruction, and other forms of respiratory emergencies.
3. Understand and demonstrate the recognition and appropriate management of respiratory depression,distinguishing it from airway obstruction, laryngospasm, bronchospasm, pulmonary edema, and other ventilator emergencies.
4. Understand and demonstrate appropriate management of bradycardia, hypotension, hypertension, tachyarythmias, etc.
5. Understand and demonstrate appropriate management of acute coronary events and cardiac arrest.
6. Understand and demonstrate appropriate management of allergic reactions.
7. Understand and demonstrate familiarity with the administration of emergency medications, and the use of intraosseous injection devices.
8. Demonstrate the selection and use of appropriate airway adjuncts, such as nasal and oral airways, LMAs, other supraglottic airway devices, endotrachial tubes, and cricothyrotomy.
9. Demonstrate the “team” concept in Crisis Resource Management, including the use of “closed loop communications”
Clive B. Rayner, DMD - Chair
Private Practice - Orange Park, FL
Robert Bosack, DDS
University of Illinois College of Dentistry
Jason Brady, DMD
University of Southern California
Karen E. Crowley, MS, DDS
Private Practice - Londonderry, NH
Deepak Krishnan, DDS
University of Cincinnati
James C. Phero, DMD
University of Cincinnati
Kenneth L. Reed, DMD
Lutheran Medical Center
Morton B. Rosenberg, DMD
Paul J. Schwartz, DMD
Washington Hospital Center - Washington DC
The 1/2 day SimMan course provides 4.5 hours of CE credit. Doctors may register for an additional 2 CE (6.5 CE total) that is awarded for successful completion of an online multiple choice pretest that examines the prerequisite reading materials. This examination must be completed prior to the course date.
ADSA is an ADA CERP Recognized Provider.
ADA CERP is a service of the American Dental Association to assist dental professionals in identifying quality providers of continuing dental education. ADA CERP does not approve or endorse individual courses or instructors, nor does it imply acceptance of credit hours by boards of dentistry.
ADSA designates this activity for 4.5 continuing education credits.
The ADSA is an Accepted National Sponsor (#218597) for FAGD/MAGD Credit.
Special early-bird fees starting at just $795 remain discounted only until the hotel cutoff. For a full Meeting Fee Schedule, please click here. Refunds for simulation courses cannot be guaranteed after the hotel cutoff unless and until a replacement student is found to fill the space.
Course registration is limited to provide each registrant with an optimal educational hands on experience. Acceptance in the course requires receipt of your application, payment of the course fees, and approval of the Chair to assure your position in the course of your preference. The course will be offered from 7:30 AM-12:00 Noon and from 1:00 PM-5:30PM.
Exhibitors are welcome at the Las Vegas review.