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DENT106-0909: Veterinary Dental Techniques Module 6
Steven Holmstrom, DVM, Dipl. AVDC (course coordinator)
Dale Kressin, DVM, FAVD, Dipl. AVDC
September 14 - October 5, 2009
Real-time sessions: Mondays, September 14, 21 and 28; 9:30 - 11:30 pm ET (USA)
This course in Veterinary Dental Techniques is designed to allow discussions of current techniques used in veterinary dentistry. Veterinarians practicing all levels of veterinary dentistry are invited to participate, from the veterinarian just interested in getting more information in veterinary dentistry to the Board Certified Veterinary Dentist.
The sixth module discusses anesthesia, both local and general, pre-, intra- and post-operative pain management. The last portion is devoted to health, safety and ergonomics of veterinary dentistry and designing the dental suite.
Week 1 (Sept 14): p 637-664
General health safety and ergonomics, personal protection, ergonomic disease syndromes and prevention, dental suite design (Holmstrom)
Week 2 (Sept 21): p 602-624
General anesthesia, classification of anesthesia patients, preanesthetic medications, anesthetic agents, postoperative pain medications (Kressin)
Week 3 (Sept 28): p 625-636
Advantages of local dental blocks, local anesthesia agents, areas that can be blocked, techniques (Kressin)
MESSAGE BOARD DISCUSSIONS:
Discussions will begin on the start date of the course and continue for 7 days following the last real-time session.
CE HOURS: 6
Member/$108, Non-Member/$177 by August 31, 2009;
Member/$120, Non-Member/$197 after August 31, 2009
The Veterinary Dental Techniques series is designed as six individual modules. You may enroll in all six modules or just take the modules in your area of interest.
VIN members may enroll in all six modules of the Veterinary Dental Techniques Series at a special discount rate of $884 (15% off the regular VIN member price). To take advantage of this special rate, you must enroll in all six modules at the same time by March 9, 2009. The full series, which will run throughout 2009, is 52 hours of CE credit! To enroll in all six modules, click on the Enroll Now button on the course enrollment page and be sure you have all six modules checked off on the second page of your course enrollment form.
Veterinary Dental Techniques, 3rd edition - Holmstrom, Frost, Eisner - 2004
Available in the VIN bookstore: http://store.vin.com/custom/edit.asp?p=82495
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Recommended Textbooks: None
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"This course has been submitted (but not yet approved) for 6 hours of continuing education credit in jurisdictions which recognize AAVSB RACE approval; however participants should be aware that some boards have limitations on the number of hours accepted in certain categories and/or restrictions on certain methods of delivery of continuing education. Call VIN at 1-800-700-4636 for further information."
COURSE WITHDRAWAL AND REFUND POLICY: Withdrawal prior to the listed start date of a course entitles the registrant to a complete refund or a credit toward a future VIN CE course, whichever is preferred. Withdrawal within 1 week after the listed start date (i.e. including no more than one real-time session) entitles the registrant to a credit toward any future VIN CE course. (Does not apply to courses with only one real-time session.) After the first real-time session, a registrant may withdraw due to special circumstances and receive prorated credit towards a future VIN course. These requests will be handled on an individual basis. The amount of the prorated credit will be determined based on 65% of the time remaining in the course at the time of withdrawal. It is not possible to withdraw retroactively.
Note: To ensure rapid handling of your request for withdrawal, we recommend that you call the VIN office at 1-800-700-INFO.
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