Latest Procedural sedation Stories

2012-05-22 21:55:29

The national gastroenterology societies have issued a new document on sedation training for gastrointestinal endoscopy. The Multisociety Sedation Curriculum for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (MSCGE) grew out of the need for a complete and programmatic approach to the training of procedure sedation. The document is published jointly in Gastroenterology, American Journal of Gastroenterology, GIE:Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Hepatology and in Gastroenterology Nursing. "As a natural outgrowth of...

2012-03-30 23:02:07

Itani Dental, a leading San Francisco dental office, now offers a range of solutions for patients with dental phobia, including several varieties of conscious sedation or, for those with extreme dentophobia, full anesthesia. San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) March 30, 2012 Fear of dental work, known as dentophobia or orodontophobia, is very common. An estimated 75% of people have “at least a little fear” about dental visits, and 10-15% of people are so phobic that it they do not seek...

2011-09-20 04:30:00

Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation (APSF) recommends capnography for reducing opioid-induced postoperative respiratory depression Jerusalem/Needham, MA (PRWEB) September 20, 2011 Oridion Systems Ltd. (SIX Swiss Exchange: ORIDN), the creator of the Integrated Pulmonary Indexâ“ž¢, one of the Smart Capnographyâ“ž¢ family of decision-support solutions, today heralded recently released recommendations by the Anesthesia Patient Safety...

2011-07-20 00:00:31

Updated ASA Standard Requires Capnography During Procedural Sedation Cases Oridion heralds capnography monitoring requirement for procedures involving moderate or deep sedation Jerusalem, Israel/Needham, MA (PRWEB) July 20, 2011 Oridion Systems Ltd. (SIX Swiss Exchange: ORIDN), creator of the Smart Capnographyâ“ž¢ family of decision support tools for the monitoring of effective ventilation, today heralded a standard from the American Society of...

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