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ORSU 557 MEDICAL EMERGENCIES 1 Credit Hour

This course teaches the concepts and techniques necessary for preventing medical emergencies from occurring in the dental office. For those unpreventable cases, we review how to prepare for and treat the common emergencies that may occur. Legal implications of emergencies are also discussed.

Typically Offered: FALL

ORSU 597 ORAL SURGERY & LOCAL ANESTHESIA 1 Credit Hour

The basic physiology and pharmacology of local anesthesia is presented along with instruction for administration and application. The basic armamentarium for oral surgery and the rudiments of exodontia are presented.

Typically Offered: FALL

ORSU 625 ORAL SURGERY DIAGNOSIS & TREATMENT 2 Credit Hours

The didactic foundations for contemporary management of the oral surgery patient are presented. Topics include exodontia, surgical management of oral lesions, odontogenic infection, implantology and maxillofacial trauma.

Typically Offered: FALL

ORSU 640 CONSCIOUS SEDATION & PAIN CONTROL 1 Credit Hour

This course provides an overview of sedation and pain control relative to the practice of dentistry. The course introduces students to oral sedation, nitrous oxide sedation, intramuscular sedation, intravenous sedation and general anesthesia.

Typically Offered: SPRING