Medical Emergencies in Dentistry
Assessment of the sick or unconscious patient

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 This page discusses assessment of the sick or unconscious patient, and introduces the ABCDE approach for managing the situation. It indicates when assessment should be interrupted for immediate treatment. 

The page is available both in a self assessment format, with model answers for revision, and as a straightforward information page for quick reference. 
  



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