The Equipment List— The Texas Sedation Rules recently changed. Part of the new requirements include monitoring and emergency equipment. (TSBD … Continue Reading Nitrous and Sedation – Navigating the New Texas Rules
It may sound complicated; however it’s actually quite simple. The same nitrous hood you use everyday can be adapted … Continue Reading How to Modify a Nitrous Hood to Monitor CO2
Do you deliver supplemental oxygen and how? Through an oxygen cannula or with a nitrous hood?
The new ADA 2016 Sedation Guidelines include monitoring CO2. NEW Video available! First, a statement about equipment: “The equipment … Continue Reading A Simple Way to Meet Capnography Guidelines
It’s important to know if your patient—sedated or not—is adequately ventilating. But as you know, at a certain level of sedation, the natural drive to breathe can be inhibited. So it’s critical to pay close attention to a patient’s breathing when he/she is sedated.
By: Rose Dodson 1. Two Key Symbols to look for on the packaging. This image tells you when it was … Continue Reading 5 Tips To Keep Your Crash Cart Current