Updated: Jan 22
Most of my blog posts are related medical emergencies occurring at a dental clinic.
In the management of these emergencies.
I have always said that while you manage the emergency, ask your assistant to call for medical help.
In case medical help is not able to reach the clinic on time, then the dentist should be confident and trained enough to manage the condition even in absence of medical help. Part of this would be establishing access to peripheral vein so that you can administer drugs directly into the blood stream.
This is one of the reason I have received multiple requests to make a video on how to place an IntraVenous cannula.
And that’s exactly what I am going to talk about today.
In this video, I will go through points like what an Intravenous Cannula is, what its parts are and how to perform Peripheral Venous Cannulation.
If you have watched the complete video then now you know everything there is to know about IntraVenous Cannulation.
Let me know in the comment section, whether you have experienced any such complication and how you managed it.
Also, do let me know what topics would you want me to write about next. The topics can be from local anesthesia, Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery or Medical emergencies.