Introduction to the Safe Sedation Practitioner course. Download the Workbook & Handbook.
Seeking all information regards history taking, physical examination and investigations.
Preparing the environment for sedation is crucial to reduce the risk of serious incidents as much as we can.
Sometimes, even with all possible preparation, adverse events still occur, so we also need to know how to manage them.
Titration to effect regards giving small amounts of drugs until the desired effect, as opposed to giving a unique bolus of drugs.
Monitoring is an essential task that will help you reduce risk by detecting possible complications early.
Now that you have the knowledge, it is important to be compliant with other aspects of sedation practice.