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1 2 nd Semester Notebook First Page (write the word Disease at the top of the page) First Page (write the word Disease at the top of the page) 2 nd page – Write Table of Contents at the top. Put a Table of Contents Tab on this page 2 nd page – Write Table of Contents at the top. Put a Table of Contents Tab on this page Turn 5 pages Turn 5 pages Number the 6 th Page with #1(should be on right side of notebook). Write Information section on this page and put a Class Info Tab. Number the 6 th Page with #1(should be on right side of notebook). Write Information section on this page and put a Class Info Tab. Start numbering the pages. Back of page #1 is page #2 (Even numbers on left side pages and odd numbers on right side pages) Start numbering the pages. Back of page #1 is page #2 (Even numbers on left side pages and odd numbers on right side pages) Page #11 will be your 2 nd Career Unit Page. This is due tomorrow (November 1 st ) and counts as a quiz grade Page #11 will be your 2 nd Career Unit Page. This is due tomorrow (November 1 st ) and counts as a quiz grade Page # 13 is Career Unit Grade Sheet Page # 13 is Career Unit Grade Sheet Page #14 will be Direct Care Patient Career Game Page #14 will be Direct Care Patient Career Game Page #15 will be Dental and EMT Careers Notes (page 1 and 2) Page #15 will be Dental and EMT Careers Notes (page 1 and 2) Page #16 will be handout on Dentist and Dental Hygienist Page #16 will be handout on Dentist and Dental Hygienist Page #17 will Dental and EMT Careers Notes (page 3 and 4) Page #17 will Dental and EMT Careers Notes (page 3 and 4) Page #18 will be handout on Dental Assistant and EMT Page #18 will be handout on Dental Assistant and EMT Page #19 Blank at this time Page #19 Blank at this time Page #20 Will be Dentist Communication Activity (Homework) Page #20 Will be Dentist Communication Activity (Homework) Page #21 Blank at this time Page #21 Blank at this time Page #22 Will be Dental Hygienist Math Activity (Homework) Page #22 Will be Dental Hygienist Math Activity (Homework)

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3 Dental Careers Focus on the health of the teeth and soft tissue of the mouth Focus on the health of the teeth and soft tissue of the mouth Prevent dental disease Prevent dental disease Repair or replace diseased or damaged teeth Repair or replace diseased or damaged teeth Treat the gingiva and other supporting structures of the teeth Treat the gingiva and other supporting structures of the teeth

4 Dental Places of Employment Private dental offices Private dental offices Dental laboratories Dental laboratories Dental clinics Dental clinics Dental departments in hospitals Dental departments in hospitals Health departments Health departments Government agencies Government agencies

5 Dentists (DMDs or DDSs) Doctors – examine teeth and mouth tissue to dx and treat disease and abnomalities Doctors – examine teeth and mouth tissue to dx and treat disease and abnomalities Perform surgery on teeth, gums, and tissues Perform surgery on teeth, gums, and tissues Try to prevent dental disease Try to prevent dental disease Supervises other dental workers Supervises other dental workers Most are entrepreneurs Most are entrepreneurs

6 Dentists Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) or Doctor of Dental Surgery (DDS) or Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) Doctor of Dental Medicine (DMD) Education required is 4 year college degree and 4 years of dental school (If specializing – need 2 more years) Education required is 4 year college degree and 4 years of dental school (If specializing – need 2 more years) Earn $84,000 to $200,000 Earn $84,000 to $200,000 Must have licensure in state of practice Must have licensure in state of practice

7 Dentists – Speciality Areas Endodontics – treat root canal conditions Endodontics – treat root canal conditions Orthodontics – straighen teeth Orthodontics – straighen teeth Oral Surgery – operate on teeth, mouth, and jaw Oral Surgery – operate on teeth, mouth, and jaw Pedodontics – treat children and teens Pedodontics – treat children and teens Periodontics – treat diseases of gum and bones around teeth Periodontics – treat diseases of gum and bones around teeth Prosthodontics – replace teeth with dentures, etc. Prosthodontics – replace teeth with dentures, etc.

8 Dental Hygienists (DHs) Must be surpervised by a dentist Must be surpervised by a dentist Do examinations of teeth and mouth Do examinations of teeth and mouth Remove stains and deposits from teeth Remove stains and deposits from teeth Expose & develop X-rays Expose & develop X-rays Perform preventive treatments Perform preventive treatments Can be entrepreneurs Can be entrepreneurs

9 Dental Hygienists Associate’s, bachelor’s, or master’s degree Associate’s, bachelor’s, or master’s degree Need licensure in state of practice Need licensure in state of practice Earn $33, $69,000 a year Earn $33, $69,000 a year

10 Dental Laboratory Technicians (DLT’s) Make and repair dental prosthesis (dentures, crowns, bridges, etc) Make and repair dental prosthesis (dentures, crowns, bridges, etc) Work under written orders from dentist Work under written orders from dentist Education – 3-4 years on the job or associate degree Education – 3-4 years on the job or associate degree Need certification Need certification Earns $19,400 - $52,600 Earns $19,400 - $52,600 Some are entrepreneurs Some are entrepreneurs

11 Dental Assistants (DAs) Must be supervised by a dentist Must be supervised by a dentist Prepare patients for exams Prepare patients for exams Pass instruments Pass instruments Prepare dental materials Prepare dental materials Take and develop X-rays Take and develop X-rays Teach preventive care Teach preventive care Sterilize instruments Sterilize instruments

12 Dental Assistants (DA’s) Can schedule appointments and handle accounts Can schedule appointments and handle accounts Education – 1-3 years on the job or associate degree Education – 1-3 years on the job or associate degree Licensure or registration needed in some states Licensure or registration needed in some states Can get certification from National Board Can get certification from National Board Earn $15,600 to $31,200 Earn $15,600 to $31,200

13 Emergency Medical Services Provide emergency pre- hospital care to victims of accidents, injuries, or sudden illnesses Provide emergency pre- hospital care to victims of accidents, injuries, or sudden illnesses Training offered by fire, police, and health departments, hospitals, vocational schools, and community colleges Training offered by fire, police, and health departments, hospitals, vocational schools, and community colleges

14 Places of Employment Fire & Police Department Fire & Police Department Rescue Squads Rescue Squads Ambulence Services Ambulence Services Hospitals or Private Emergency Rooms Hospitals or Private Emergency Rooms Urgent Care Centers Urgent Care Centers Industy Industy Emergency Helicopter Services Emergency Helicopter Services Military Military

15 First Responder First person to arrive on the scene First person to arrive on the scene Interview and examines victim Interview and examines victim Calls for emergency medical assistance Calls for emergency medical assistance Provide basic emergency care such as CPR, bleeding control, give O2 Provide basic emergency care such as CPR, bleeding control, give O2 Examples (fireman, police, security guards) Examples (fireman, police, security guards)

16 First Responder Education – 40 hour approved training program Education – 40 hour approved training program Can get certifciation from National Registry of EMTs Can get certifciation from National Registry of EMTs Salary depends on person’s regular job Salary depends on person’s regular job

17 Emergency Medical Technicians Ambulence /Basic (EMT-B) Administers initial treatment for emergencies such as illnesses, shock, burns, wound, bleeding, and fractures Administers initial treatment for emergencies such as illnesses, shock, burns, wound, bleeding, and fractures Can clear airway obstructions and give O2 Can clear airway obstructions and give O2 Provide basie life support Provide basie life support Can help deliver a baby Can help deliver a baby Can rescue trapped victims Can rescue trapped victims Can transport victims to medical facility Can transport victims to medical facility

18 Emergency Medical Technicians Ambulence /Basic (EMT-B) Education: 110 hours approved EMT program with 10 hrs of ER internship Education: 110 hours approved EMT program with 10 hrs of ER internship Need state certification Need state certification Some states require registration by National Registry of EMTs Some states require registration by National Registry of EMTs Earn $19,200 - $32,300 a year Earn $19,200 - $32,300 a year

19 Emergency Medical Technicians Defibrillator (EMT-D) Has additional training after becoming an EMT-B. Has additional training after becoming an EMT-B. Can administer electrical defibrillation to certain heart attack victims Can administer electrical defibrillation to certain heart attack victims

20 Emergency Medical Technicians Intermediate (EMT-I) Perform same tasks as EMT- Bs Perform same tasks as EMT- Bs Assess patients Assess patients Interpret EKGs and administer defibrillation as needed Interpret EKGs and administer defibrillation as needed Manage shock Manage shock Use intravenous (in the veins) equipment Use intravenous (in the veins) equipment Administer some medications Administer some medications Insert esophageal airways Insert esophageal airways

21 Emergency Medical Technicians Intermediate (EMT-I) Education – EMT-Basic plus at least 35 – 55 hours with clinical experiences Education – EMT-Basic plus at least 35 – 55 hours with clinical experiences State Certification State Certification Registration required in some states Registration required in some states Earn $21,200 - $40,100 Earn $21,200 - $40,100

22 Emergency Medical Technicians Paramedic (EMT-P) Perform all basic EMT duties Perform all basic EMT duties Conduct in-depth patient assessments Conduct in-depth patient assessments Provides advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) Provides advanced cardiac life support (ACLS) Interprets EKGs Interprets EKGs Can do endotracheal intubation Can do endotracheal intubation Administer more medications Administer more medications Operates monitors and other complex equipment Operates monitors and other complex equipment

23 Emergency Medical Technicians Paramedic (EMT-P) Education – Bachelor Degree Education – Bachelor Degree Can obtain registration Can obtain registration Salary - $32,600 - $70,400 Salary - $32,600 - $70,400

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