Procedural Sedation with Propofol – Non-Anesthesia

Continuing Education Course: Propofol administration for the non-anesthesia provider of moderate sedation.

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 Propofol/Ketamine for Moderate Sedation

Goldilocks Anesthesia Technique “Not too much, not too little, just right”

As an increasing number of procedures requiring sedation are done in the outpatient setting, Sedation Consulting has developed this course to help physicians and nurses involved in sedation administration to minimize the risks associated with the anesthesia or analgesia being provided for procedural sedation.
This course is designed to introduce non-anesthesiologist providers to techniques to safely incorporate the use of hypnotic agents for procedural sedation for ambulatory surgery and office-based practices. Increase patient satisfaction and margin of safety by decreasing the number of sedatives required and by virtually eliminating post-operative nausea and vomiting. Patients are at less risk when recovery time is significantly decreased from hours to minutes.

*With the use of P/K anesthesia technique PONV (postoperative nausea and vomiting) is decreased to less than 1% or 0.6% without the use of anti-emetics, 30% less anesthetic is required, outliers are eliminated, patient safety and satisfaction are dramatically improved.

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