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More and more dental professionals are finding that N2O/O2 is a reliable and efficient method of relieving pain, fear, and apprehension in patients undergoing surgical procedures and is quickly and easily reversed without unwanted side effects. The third edition of this unique chairside handbook is an invaluable resource for this method of sedation. It provides step-by-step techniques of all the uses of N2O/O2 as a means of pain and anxiety management, and is written at a level that can be easily understood by dental students and professionals of all levels. Step-by-step administration techniques and responses to frequently asked questions provide practical information for everyday use of N2O/O2. Concise, outline format and convenient, portable size make this handbook easy to use in the clinical setting. Current American Society of Anesthesiologists classification system familiarizes you with ASA guidelines for assessing patients with medical risk. Information on current equipment in analgesia delivery shows how each component works so you can see and compare whats new in the field. In-depth discussion of recovery from N2O/O2 helps you better determine when its appropriate to release a patient. Sample forms (sedation record, informed consent, etc.) are provided copy and use them as needed. New icons speed you to important information on indications, considerations, and contraindications for nitrous oxide. The latest information on biohazards provides current guidelines for proper monitoring. Increased content on pediatric sedation enables you to provide specialized care to younger patients. Expanded art program, including integral sections of color-coded equipment, improving your understanding of proper handling and procedures. Additional step-by-step photos highlight the most current techniques and equipment.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Nitrous Oxide/Oxygen Sedation||p. 1|
|Guidelines for Best Practice||p. 3|
|History and Evolution of N2[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Sedation||p. 6|
|Pain and Anxiety Management||p. 16|
|Desirable Characteristics of N[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Sedation||p. 28|
|Physical Properties and Pharmacokinetics/Pharmacodynamics of N[subscript 2]O||p. 33|
|Manufacturing and Distribution of N[subscript 2]O and O[subscript 2] Gases||p. 40|
|Economic Benefits Associated with N[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Administration||p. 68|
|Anatomy, Physiology, and Administration||p. 73|
|Anatomy and Physiology of Respiration and Airway Management||p. 75|
|N[subscript 2]O and Its Interactions with the Body||p. 86|
|Patient Assessment||p. 97|
|Titration of N[subscript 2]O/O[superscript 2] Gases||p. 113|
|Signs and Symptoms of N[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Sedation||p. 117|
|Technique for N[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Administration||p. 123|
|Recovery from N[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Sedation||p. 148|
|Multidisciplinary Application of N[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Sedation||p. 155|
|Clinical Application of N[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Sedation in Pediatrics||p. 168|
|Issues of Special Consideration||p. 181|
|Potential Biohazards for Health Personnel Associated with Chronic Exposure to N[subscript 2]O||p. 183|
|N[subscript 2]O Abuse Issues||p. 196|
|Ethical and Legal Considerations Regarding N[subscript 2]O Administration||p. 206|
|Commonly Asked Questions Regarding N[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Sedation||p. 210|
|Future Trends in N[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Sedation||p. 213|
|Manufacturers and Organizational Resources||p. 215|
|Percent of N[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Administered||p. 220|
|N[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Sedation Record||p. 222|
|Informed Consent for N[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Sedation||p. 223|
|Overview of Administration of N[subscript 2]O/O[subscript 2] Sedation||p. 224|
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