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We aspire to ensure that each professional is thoroughly prepared to face the regulatory challenges of today. Linda Cannon, our instructor, has over 30 years experience dealing with OSHA, HIPPA, and Board of Dentistry inspectors.
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CPR-BLS Healthcare Provider: CPR Infant with AED- 1 person Give High Quality CPR and administer AED immediately: • Place infant on back on a firm, flat surface. • Place two fingers on the sternum just below the nipple line • Deliver first set of 30 compressions. Compress chest at least 1/3 depth of...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
 Foreign Object Blocked Airway Conscious (Adult)
Foreign Object Blocked Airway Conscious (Adult) General Information: • Keep the patient calm • Take patient’s vitals every 5 minutes- after cleared • First ask, “Are you choking? Can you speak?” • Do not perform Heimlich if the person is coughing forcefully and is able to speak • Encourage the...  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
Foreign Object Blocked Airway Conscious (Adult) Assess adult patient with the following questions: Are you choking? • Abdominal thrusts with enough force to bring the person to their toes or off the floor • Continue until the object is removed or patient is unconscious • If conscious, treat for...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
On September 1st, National Chicken Boy Day honors the birthday of an interesting statue in California. Celebrate his ceremonial birthday and learn more about this unique creation.  National Acne Positivity Day National Burnt Ends Day National Chicken Boy’s Day Put your best face forward....  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
Medical Emergencies: Equipment Required: • Emergency Protocol • Patient’s Chart opened to Medical History • BP Monitor (wrist is best and most convenient) • Back Board – Cutting Board (Velcro) 1. Scissors 2. Gorilla Tape x2 for hair removal • Electric Battery Operated Trimmer •...  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
National Beach Day on August 30th celebrates all the sandy beaches across the nation. It also provides an opportunity to help keep those relaxing places clean, so we can continue to enjoy them long into the future.   National Beach Day National Grief Awareness Day National Toasted...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
Medical Emergencies: Stroke • Raise patient to a sitting position, slightly back • Identify signs & symptoms Is the Face drooping on one side? Three test for strength:  Feel if they are equal? If one side is stronger, announce that to Time-keeper. Time-keep will write the weaker side....  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
Medical Emergency: Nose Bleeds If nose was hit, suspect fracture, Locate the bleeding source • Apply direct pressure over the wound • Place sterile dressing or cleanest cloth available • If possible, use latex gloves, extra dressings or plastic wrap • Do not remove first dressing if blood-soaked...  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
Each summer on the 26th of August, Popsicle lovers across the United States enjoy celebrating National Cherry Popsicle Day.   National Dog Day National Cherry Popsicle Day National Got Checked Day National Web Mistress Day National Women’s Equality Day   Have some fun and try making one good...  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
National Banana Split Day recognizes the sweet ice cream treat served with a banana, whipped cream, and various toppings. Get yours on August 25th!   National Banana Split Day National Kiss and Make up Day National Secondhand Wardrobe Day   Whether you go out for a banana split or make one at home,...  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
Medical Emergency: Drug Overdose   • If patient having breathing difficult- call 911 immediately • Start the emergency timeline • Look for any signs and symptoms • Place patient in comfortable position • Check the patient’s vitals every 5 minutes • Did patient take any additional drugs? • Does...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
On August 24, we usher in the 7th state to join the Union with National Maryland Day. Maryland’s coastal location brings with it a deeply rooted maritime heritage that includes an ocean battle defending the city of Baltimore at Ft. McHenry during the War of 1812. National Maryland Day National...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
Medical Emergency: Diabetic Emergencies Performance Indicators: • Staff’s actions • Timeline performance • Could have changes during timeline • Time of diabetic emergency • Patient position-Comfort • Initial vitals • Patient’s emotional state • Level of consciousness/mental status •...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
Wiggle a loose tooth and maybe the tooth fairy will collect it on August 22nd during National Tooth Fairy Day. Since the day is celebrated twice a year, recognize the tooth fairy again on February 28th.  This childhood favorite evolved with a group of healthcare fairies during the mid-1920s. From...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
On August 19, International Bow Day recognizes the accessory that has been changing fashion for centuries – bows! Adding accessories makes just about any look so much better.   International Bow Day National Aviation Day National Potato Day Whether you’re adding to your style or...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
Medical Emergencies: Heart Attack • Identify any Sign & Symptoms • Call 911 • Pain level: 1-10 • Oxygen- Non-Re-Breather, LPM=4-6 • Give 2- 81mg Chewable Aspirin as long as: (By chewing aspirin is allows it to activate faster) A. Patient is Not Allergic B. No History of Stroke C....  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
National Ice Cream Pie Day is observed annually on August 18th. This is the second ice cream holiday in August and it honors a refreshing frozen dessert that comes in many delicious flavors. First came putting ice cream on pies. The natural next step would be making ice cream into pies. With all...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
Medical Emergency: Anxiety-Panic Attack • Staff’s actions • Timeline performance • Could have changes during timeline • Patients position-comfort • Initial vitals • Patient’s emotional state • Level of consciousness/mental status • Talk to them in a quiet voice Signs and Symptoms: • Shortness...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
Medical Emergency: Anaphylactic Take blood pressure-Drop in blood pressure is a primary sign, even if no swelling in throat, tongue, etc. Ask Patient if they have an Epi Pen and if they can use it.  if they say yes but they’re too afraid to do it on their own than help them. If they don’t have an...  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
Medical Emergency: Angina • Start the emergency timeline • Check the patient’s Vitals Every 5 min and same as Epi. Ask it they have Nitro • Follow the CPR (CABH) protocol-Circulation, Airway, Breathing, and Hemorrhage • Position the patient comfortably (sitting them upright is recommended)   Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
Some of the most durable and usable products come from leather. National Leathercraft Day recognizes the dedication and creativity of leather workers. Passionately, their inspiration comes alive through their designs and time-honored traditions. When a leatherworker designs a piece, expect...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
First Aid: Dental Injuries-Tooth-ache • Rinse mouth with warm water • Remove trapped food with dental floss • Use cold pack on outside of cheek for swelling • Do not place aspirin on aching tooth or gum tissue • Soak cotton with oil of cloves and place on aching tooth ...  Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
National Son’s and Daughter’s Day on August 11th brings parents and their children together for quality time. On this day, be with the joys of your life. Let your children know that you are glad they are part of your life. While listening to the events of their day, share family stories. ...  Read More
Categories: Periodontics
First Aid: Dental Injuries- Broken Tooth • Rinse mouth with warm water • Use cold pack on outside of the patient’s cheek • If dentist is not immediately available melt piece of paraffin of candle mixed with cotton strands • After it begins to cool, apply as a filling Please Stay Safe!   Read More
Categories: Pediatric, Periodontics
First Aid: Abdominal Injuries • Check ABCHs and treat accordingly • Possibly treat for shock •If there is a penetrating wound - Do not remove object - Stabilize the object Please Stay Safe! #injuries #abdominal #woundcare #care #safety   Read More
Categories: Periodontics
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