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Fall 2022
Dec 02,2022
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DA 195 - Chairside Procedures 1
Associated Term: Fall 2022
Learning Objectives: Upon successful completion of this course, the student will be able to:
1. Define the meaning of multi-handed dentistry, and its advantages to patients, dentists, and assistants
2. Recall and use principles and concepts surrounding aseptic sterilization as it relates to current health and safety standards
3. Apply the principles and concepts covering the following supportive functions: equipment identification and function, positioning of the dental team and patient, dismissal of the dental patient, organization of the dental instrument tray for selected procedures, measures to protect the assistant and the operator, measures to protect patients prior to, during, and after treatment, post-operative instructions for amalgam and anterior restorative treatment
4. Apply the principles and concepts covering the following clinical functions: operation of sterilization equipment, aseptic techniques used during patient treatment, manipulation and transfer of the dental instrument, assembly, placement, and removal of the matrix band and matrix strip, dental charting, rubber dam application and removal - one typodont and one live client, removal of debris and fluids from the mouth, use of the air and water syringe, protection of the assistant and the operator, protection of patients prior to, during, and follow-up treatment, intraoral and extraoral screening
5. Apply teamwork strategies that will demonstrate successful work habits
6. Implement good organizational and time management skills
7. Use the Lane Community College Exposure Control Manual to apply standard operating procedures in all clinical and laboratory activities 8. Describe and demonstrate the procedures for: completing and evaluating the health questionnaire and general physical evaluation, dental charting, intraoral and extraoral inspection, and assessing vital signs
9. Identify bloodborne pathogens and chemical hazards that present personal danger to dental health care workers and discuss the rationale of the procedures outlined in the LCC Exposure Control plan to eliminate the hazard and/or potential transmission of infectious microorganisms during performance of patient treatment
10. Discuss the clinical significance of communicable diseases, the modes of transmission, types, epidemiology, and vaccines
11. Use the Lane Community College Exposure Control Program to apply standard operating procedures in all clinical and laboratory activities
12. Describe and demonstrate the procedures for: completing and evaluating the health questionnaire and general physical evaluation, dental charting, intraoral and extraoral inspection, and assessing vital signs
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