Septocaine (Articaine HCl) Local Anesthetic: 2 hours

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Reviews a unique new amide-type local anesthetic recently approved for use in the United States. History of usage in other countries.  Reviews mechanism of action of local anesthetics.  Familiarizes practitioners with the unique chemical structure and pharmacokinetics of Septocaine.  Prescribing protocols for Septocaine including recommended clinical administration and maximum dosages.  Clinical impressions of efficacy and specific clinical applications. Research regarding safety and efficacy in various age groups.  Potential for higher incidence of paresthesia when utilized for block anesthesia. California Dental Board approved CE. AGD PACE National approved CE. Remote self-directed distance learning online dental continuing education.

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  • 5
    Always use this stuff

    Posted by Richard B, DDS on Jun 21st 2023

    My favorite local anesthetic by far. Glad to have the 411 on it! Good course

  • 5
    Increasing usage

    Posted by Los Angeles DMD on Jul 10th 2022

    Using Septo much more frequently lately for mandibular anesthesia without a block, good update

  • 5

    Posted by Randy Rios DMD on Jun 14th 2022

    Enjoyed the breakdown of studies related to Septocaine which we use more at the office for mandibular injections without blocks. So glad this is available in the United States

  • 5

    Posted by Brenda L. RDH on Jun 12th 2022

    Good to know the details about this local we're using in the office more often

  • 5
    Kerry Hanson septocaine:

    Posted by Kerry Hanson on May 14th 2020

    a great reminder of the local anesthetic that I don't use thanks

  • 5

    Posted by Carolina on May 1st 2019

    It was Good course!