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CPD First Aid Training for Dentists

1/2 Day Course


About This Course

First Aid for Dentists: Compliant CPD The GDC has identified Medical Emergencies training as one of the three highly recommended topics to be completed as part of the minimum verifiable Continuing professional development (CPD) requirements. To comply with GDC standards, all dental practices should carry out regular medical emergency training, following guidance and training updates from the Resus Council. A GDC registrant must complete at least 10 hours of medical emergencies in each CPD cycle and recommends that you do at least two hours every year. Our 3 hour CPR and Medical Emergencies course is specifically designed for Dental practices and aims to ensure that all members of staff can identify and initiate the management of clinical emergencies. This includes monitoring the patient and identifying patients who are 'at-risk' or are becoming critically ill. This course is delivered in accordance with the Resuscitation Council (UK) guidelines for Medical Emergencies and Resuscitation in General Dental practice. These courses can be delivered at your dental practice (In House) or at our training venue. The course is suited to all members of the dental team including trainees. All candidates MUST be physically able to carry out the procedures covered by the course. In-house practice specific training Practical CPR demonstrations and assessment of competency on adult and child resuscitation. Hands-on practical XPR sessions utilising basic resuscitation aids on both adult and child resuscitation manikins. BVM (Bag Valve & Mask) & Oxygen protocols including oxygen cylinder awareness Correct use of Automatic External defibrilators in conjunction with oxygen Airway management and correct use of NPAs (nasopharyngeal airway) & OPA (oropharyngeal airway) management ABCDE patient approach Emergency medicines use and review. Correct use of: Adrenaline Bronchodilator Glyceryl Trinitrate Spray Asprin Glucose (Quick acting) Midazolam Summary: Review of emergency medications/drugs used in dental practice as regulated by the BDA Priorities of treatment CPR AED Heart attacks & cardiac arrest Choking Hypoglycemia Fitting Syncope Panic Attacks Anaphylactic Shock Recovery positions.


Contact Details

  • Brewery Drive, Lockwood, Huddersfield HD4 6EN, UK

    01484 532500

    info@sk4l.co.uk


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