Dentist CPD courses

Emergency medication in general dental practice

This session is an opportunity to discuss the specific emergency drugs that should be immediately available in all dental surgery premises.

Training units are used to practise drawing up and administering drugs such as Glucagon, and to practise the administration of adrenaline ampoules and auto-injectors. This session is great for a short update on your dental medications.

​Medications covered:

  • Glyceryl Trinitrate (GTN) spray (400micrograms per actuation)

  • Salbutamol aerosol inhaler (100micrograms per actuation)

  • Adrenaline injection (1:1000, 1mg/ml)

  • Aspirin dispersible (300mg)

  • Glucagon injection 1mg

  • Oral glucose solution / tablets / gel / powder

  • Midazolam 10mg/ml (buccal)

  • Oxygen


2 hours

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