DHYG 325 Medically Compromised Care and Emergencies

(formerly DHYG 290) Focuses on an understanding of the physiological, psychological, and sociological aspects of treating patients with special needs. Provides the student with the background and skill to recognize and manage any medical emergency situation. Emphasis will be placed on prevention, prompt recognition, and effective treatment of life-threatening emergency situations that can occur in the practice of dentistry. Methods of instruction include guided facilitation, demonstration, case studies, and classroom activities.

This is a blended course.




DHYG 345, DHYG 322, DHYG 360, and DHYG 365.