Patients are given a detailed description of how Intravenous sedation works, what to expect from having treatment done and instructions to adhere to prior and post treatment.
The clinical environment can differ from practice to hospital. Nevertheless, both environments will be fit for purpose having the suitable equipment which is effective, routinely checked and recorded. Furthermore, the emergency drug kits will be frequently checked too. In relation to this all staff are required to be relevantly trained in medical emergencies and following initial Intravenous sedation training must keen up to date with their CPD to continue to develop their skills and to ensure they are working safely, legally and effectively.
Comprehensive medical history’s must be completed by the patient and verified by the treating dentist prior to the commencement of treatment in order to ascertain any contraindications to treatment or drugs used and to possibly predict the chance of a medical emergency taking place.
It is essential for patients to give both their written and verbal consent detailing their wish to proceed with the proposed treatment …show more content…
There is a lot of important information that’s is discussed with the patient at the assessment appointment can be very daunting and a lot to take in immediately – especially if the patient is undergoing treatment with IV sedation due to anxiety levels therefore it is imperative for the patient to be given a written copy of everything discussed. In order to provide safe and effective conscious sedation requires not only the dental care professional to be adequately regulated and educated but also the education is essential to the