COVID-19 & Dentistry - 2020 - Streaming Video (w/Home-study exam)

Defines and explain dental aerosols.Outlines the pathogens that live in dental aerosols and explain how far they travel and survive. Describes the COVID-19 Virus, and how it infects human cells. Outlines the different co-morbidities that make acquiring COVID-19 more probable and dangerous. Explains what options are available for a “transmission-based precaution” program in the dental office. Explains the concepts of a “respiratory protection program” and an “airborne infection isolation” room in a dental office. Lists and defines the different technologies that can be utilized in a dental environment to achieve “transmission-based precaution” solutions in a dental office. Summarizes essential lifestyle changes dentists and staff can make to improve their immune system in a post-COVID-19 environment.
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Learning Objectives

  1. Define and explain dental aerosols.
  2. Outline the pathogens that live in dental aerosols and explain how far they travel and survive.
  3. Describe the COVID-19 Virus, and how it infects human cells.
  4. Outline the different co-morbidities that make acquiring COVID-19 more probable and dangerous.
  5. Explain what options are available for a “transmission-based precaution” program in the dental office.
  6. Explain the concepts of a “respiratory protection program” and an “airborne infection isolation” room in a dental office.
  7. List and define the different technologies that can be utilized in a dental environment to achieve “transmission-based precaution” solutions in a dental office.
  8. Summarize essential lifestyle changes dentists and staff can make to improve their immune system in a post-COVID-19 environment.
Instructor E. Bornstein, D.M.D.
Contact Hours: 3.5
More Information About This Course: COVID-19 & Dentistry Accreditation PDF

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