For Absolute Peace of Mind.

 

We will contact your surgery and make arrangements to attend at a time that fits in with your schedule. You can be assured that on leaving your practice shall be compliant with the UK - GDC and NICE guidlines.

 

 

AED Inspection

 

What's Included 

The comprehensive checks include:

  • A visual check to ensure that the unit has full functionality and there is no damage to the case, screen, buttons and connections
  • Battery and pad check for installation date and when replacements are due
  • A check of the pad terminal to make sure it is functioning and clear of debris
  • Confirmation that the pads attached are suitable to the model and in good condition

 

Our Annual AED Service is available to anyone who owns a defibrillator.

Let us take any worry away. One of our own expert team members will come to your premises and carry out some physical and visual checks on your defibrillator.

 

Medical Drugs Kit Check

What's Included 

  1. We will carry out a full review of all your medications and equipment to ensure you are compliant with the below UK - GDC and NICE giudlines.
  2. A member of our team will advsie you on all aspects of medication management and care of medication. 
  3. When a cliant has purchasesd a Resucue Ready Medical Emergencies manual and drugs kit bag from us, we will make all the arrangements nesasary to reorganised the kit and ensure it is set up and Rescue Ready.
  4. Provide a writen report.
  5. Replenish were possible onsite.

 

A practice could be in a difficult position from a medico-legal point of view if a patient came to harm during dental treatment due to the lack of emergency medicines and equipment listed below.

Professional guidelines: NICE: Prescribing in dental practice (Medical emergencies in dental practice)

These should be available to manage the more common medical emergencies encountered in general dental practice:

  • adrenaline/epinephrine injection, adrenaline 1 in 1000, (adrenaline 1 mg/mL as acid tartrate), 1 mL amps
  • aspirin dispersible tablets 300 mg
  • glucagon injection, glucagon (as hydrochloride), 1- unit vial (with solvent)
  • glucose (for administration by mouth)
  • glyceryl trinitrate spray
  • midazolam oromucosal solution
  • oxygen
  • salbutamol aerosol inhalation, salbutamol 100 micrograms/ metered inhalation

 

Professional guidelines: Resuscitation Council UK quality standards for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and training

The following is the minimum equipment recommended:

  • adhesive defibrillator pads
  • automated external defibrillator (AED)
  • clear face masks for self-inflating bag (sizes 0,1,2,3,4)
  • oropharyngeal airways sizes 0,1,2,3,4
  • oxygen cylinder
  • oxygen masks with reservoir
  • oxygen tubing
  • pocket mask with oxygen port
  • portable suction e.g. Yankauer
  • protective equipment – gloves, aprons, eye protection
  • razor
  • scissors
  • self-inflating bag with reservoir (adult)
  • self-inflating bag with reservoir (child)

Oxygen cylinders should be easily portable but also allow adequate flow rates, for example 15 litres per minute, until an ambulance arrives or the patient fully recovers. Consider what size of cylinder to use and whether you need a second one in case the first is at risk of running out.

Quality Assurance Process: Expiry dates for emergency medicines and equipment and availability of oxygen should be checked at least weekly.

 

Annual AED and Drugs Kit Service

£198.00Price
  • For Absolute Peace of Mind.

    We will contact your surgery and make arrangements to attend at a time that fits in with your schedule. You can be assured that on leaving your practice shall be compliant with the UK - GDC and NICE guidlines.

    AED Inspection

    What's Included 

    The comprehensive checks include:

    • A visual check to ensure that the unit has full functionality and there is no damage to the case, screen, buttons and connections
    • Battery and pad check for installation date and when replacements are due
    • A check of the pad terminal to make sure it is functioning and clear of debris
    • Confirmation that the pads attached are suitable to the model and in good condition

     

    Our Annual AED Service is available to anyone who owns a defibrillator.

    Let us take any worry away. One of our own expert team members will come to your premises and carry out some physical and visual checks on your defibrillator.

     

    Medical Drugs Kit Check

    What's Included 

    1. We will carry out a full review of all your medications and equipment to ensure you are compliant with the below UK - GDC and NICE giudlines.
    2. A member of our team will advsie you on all aspects of medication management and care of medication. 
    3. When a cliant has purchasesd a Resucue Ready Medical Emergencies manual and drugs kit bag from us, we will make all the arrangements nesasary to reorganised the kit and ensure it is set up and Rescue Ready.
    4. Provide a writen report.
    5. Replenish were possible onsite.

     

    A practice could be in a difficult position from a medico-legal point of view if a patient came to harm during dental treatment due to the lack of emergency medicines and equipment listed below.

    Professional guidelines: NICE: Prescribing in dental practice (Medical emergencies in dental practice)

    These should be available to manage the more common medical emergencies encountered in general dental practice:

    • adrenaline/epinephrine injection, adrenaline 1 in 1000, (adrenaline 1 mg/mL as acid tartrate), 1 mL amps
    • aspirin dispersible tablets 300 mg
    • glucagon injection, glucagon (as hydrochloride), 1- unit vial (with solvent)
    • glucose (for administration by mouth)
    • glyceryl trinitrate spray
    • midazolam oromucosal solution
    • oxygen
    • salbutamol aerosol inhalation, salbutamol 100 micrograms/ metered inhalation

     

    Professional guidelines: Resuscitation Council UK quality standards for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and training

    The following is the minimum equipment recommended:

    • adhesive defibrillator pads
    • automated external defibrillator (AED)
    • clear face masks for self-inflating bag (sizes 0,1,2,3,4)
    • oropharyngeal airways sizes 0,1,2,3,4
    • oxygen cylinder
    • oxygen masks with reservoir
    • oxygen tubing
    • pocket mask with oxygen port
    • portable suction e.g. Yankauer
    • protective equipment – gloves, aprons, eye protection
    • razor
    • scissors
    • self-inflating bag with reservoir (adult)
    • self-inflating bag with reservoir (child)

    Oxygen cylinders should be easily portable but also allow adequate flow rates, for example 15 litres per minute, until an ambulance arrives or the patient fully recovers. Consider what size of cylinder to use and whether you need a second one in case the first is at risk of running out.

    Quality Assurance Process: Expiry dates for emergency medicines and equipment and availability of oxygen should be checked at least weekly.

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