SEATTLE, Oct. 21, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- A group of scientists, academics, and dentists issued a 7,000-word FACT CHECK of theAmerican Dental Association's official 'Frequently Asked Questions' pertaining to Resolution 37, a proposed revision to the ADA's Sedation and Anesthesia Guidelines.
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DOCS Education, the nation's leading educator of sedation dentists, is issuing this news release as a professional courtesy. Graduates of DOCS Education courses were among those veteran dentists who contributed to the FACT CHECK.
The official ADA Resolution 37 FAQ was released by the ADA's Council on Dental Education and Licensure (CDEL), which drafted Resolution 37 and is advocating for its adoption. If approved by ADA Delegates, Resolution 37 will dramatically revise the ADA's recommended guidelines that govern the use of sedation and anesthesia, as well as related training requirements.
The entire 7,000-word FACT CHECK is available to read or download for free from: www.GetTheScience.com.
CDEL's official FAQ listed 15 Questions pertaining to Resolution 37 and offered CDEL's position on each Question.
The FACT CHECK, a collaboration reflecting the input of more than a dozen ADA members who are independent of CDEL, responds to each of CDEL's 15 assertions.
Among the conclusions reached by the FACT CHECK authors:
Those wishing to learn more about Resolution 37 are asked to visit www.GettheScience.com, which features a variety of peer-reviewed journal articles on the topic of enteral sedation, as well as an audio replay and transcript of the National Dental Town Hall held earlier this month that addressed the lack of science behind Resolution 37.
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