All medical offices should be prepared and ready to respond to a medical emergency.
Basic Life Support is a necessity for all dental office staff.
Dr. Stanley Malamed highlights medical emergency preparedness requirements for dentists practicing sedation.
Dr. Stanley Malamed answers what your responsibility is to respond to medical emergencies outside your practice.
Dr. Don Cohen describes how to prepare your oxygen tank for a medical emergency.
Learn why medical offices increasingly keep naloxone on hand to save lives.
Learn how to recognize an opioid overdose and how to administer NARCANÂ®.
How to administer epinephrine from a vial or ampule when an auto-injector is not available.
Advisory Board member Dr. Stanley Malamed explains why epinephrine auto-injectors are critically important.
Opioid overdoses are happening more often in or near dental offices.
Learn the importance of the medical history questionnaire in avoiding medical emergencies.
OnTraq tracks your emergency cart medications and automatically replenishes them before they expire.
Ensure your kit stays up to date and returning expired medications.
Dr. Don Cohen explains why practices should keep their first aid kits up to date.
Compliant with state regulations and the standard of care.
View a product video tour of the SM-Z Emergency Medical Kit.
View a product video tour of the Mobile ACLS Emergency Medical Kit.
Why dental offices should monitor employees for radiation exposure.
A cost-effective alternative with its one-time a year filter replacement.
The only program recommended by ADA Business Resources for its members.
Learn about tracking HealthFirstâ€™s Waste Management services with OnTraq.
Ensure that your dental waterline quality exceeds CDC and ADA guidelines.