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Continuum 2

December 12, 2019 4:43 pm Published by

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Continuum 2 is a self-study curriculum, 45-hours with study guides and assessments. The course materials include video presentations by Dr. Karl Koerner and KCSI instructors, professional journal articles and key chapters from Contemporary Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 7th Edition by James Hupp, Myron Tucker, Edward Ellis.

You will receive a copy of the textbook, Contemporary Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 7th Edition by James Hupp, Myron Tucker, Edward Ellis when you register for Continuum 2.

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Continuum 2 is a self-study curriculum, 45-hours with study guides and assessments. The course materials include video presentations by Dr. Karl Koerner and KCSI instructors, professional journal articles and key chapters from Contemporary Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 7th Edition by James Hupp, Myron Tucker, Edward Ellis. 

You will receive a copy of the textbook, Contemporary Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, 7th Edition by James Hupp, Myron Tucker, Edward Ellis when you register for Continuum 2.

Must pass with a 90% grade or above to receive a KCSI Continuum 2 Certificate.

Curriculum

Textbook Assignments With Assessments:

Part I: Principles of Surgery

  • Chapter 1: Preoperative Health Status Evaluation
  • Chapter 2: Prevention and Management of Medical Emergencies
  • Chapter 3: Principles of Surgery
  • Chapter 4: Wound Repair
  • Chapter 5: Infection Control in Surgical Practice
  • Chapter 6: Pain and Anxiety Control in Surgical Practice

Part II: Principles of Exodontia

  • Chapter 7: Instrumentation for Basic Oral Surgery
  • Chapter 8: Principles of Routine Exodontia
  • Chapter 9: Principles of More Complex Exodontia
  • Chapter 10: Principles of Management of Impacted Teeth
  • Chapter 11: Postextraction Patient Management
  • Chapter 12: Medicolegal Considerations

Part III: Preposthetic and Implant Surgery

  • Chapter 13: Preprosthetic Surgery

Video Assignments:

  • Upper First Molar with Problems
  • Bisphosphonates
  • Excisional Biopsy

Handout Assignments:

  • Clinical and Anatomic Observations on the Relationship of the Lingual Nerve to the Mandibular Third Molar Region
  • Lingual Nerve: Discussion
  • Routine and Complicated Extractions: Avoiding and Managing Complications
  • Comparative Study of Effect of Single and Multiple Suture Techniques on Inflammatory Complications After Third Molar Surgery
  • Treatment in the Dental Practice of the Patient Receiving Anticoagulation Therapy

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