DAS-201 - Dental Sciences 23 credits
This course is designed to familiarize the student with the various tissue changes that may occur in the patient's oral cavity as a result of pathological and/or systemic conditions. Also included will be a study of medical emergencies and their respective first-aid treatment procedures. Specific types of pharmacological agents that are utilized in the dental office in order to alleviate pain and fear or enhance anesthesia as well as those agents which are prescribed to the patient to control systemic disease will be discussed. The student will be required to enroll in and pass a Certified Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation course which will be offered in conjunction with this with this area of study.
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