Description
CLINICAL ANESTHESIOLOGY 2
This is a one year undergraduate dental course dealing with the philosophy and methods of pain and anxiety control in dentistry. Concepts of pain and anxiety, as well as, the principles of their psychologic and pharmacologic modifications are explored. Modalities ranging from non-drug and regional analgesic to enteral and parenteral sedative medication techniques are administered by the student under the supervision of the anesthesia faculty. The advantages, disadvantages, and complications associated with these techniques are compared.
Details
Grading Basis
Grad HSU Basis
Units
1
Component
Clinical - Required
Offering
Course
DSANE 5912
Academic Group
School of Dental Medicine
Academic Organization
Dental Anesthesiology
Campus
Pittsburgh Campus
Typically Offered
Fall