PPE for Dental Clinicians in the Era of COVID-19

Eve Cuny, MS

July 2020 Course
Expires: Monday, July 31st, 2023

Web Only


SARS Coronavirus 2 has dramatically changed the way we look at infection prevention and control in dental health care. One of the most significant changes has been in the interim guidelines for personal protective equipment (PPE). Concerns about the potential for airborne spread of COVID-19 via aerosols puts dentistry at the forefront of healthcare professions that may have a higher risk of exposure. This webinar will review the interim guidelines, provide information on how to reduce the risk associated with aerosol generating procedures and discuss the new interim recommendations for PPE, including when and how to place and remove PPE.

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COST: $0
PROVIDER: Dental Learning Systems, LLC
SOURCE: CDEWorld | July 2020

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the PPE recommended for non-aerosol and aerosol procedures in dentistry
  • Identify the steps in complying with OSHA’s requirements for the use of respirators (N95 and others) in health care settings
  • Define the sequence for donning and doffing PPE as recommended by the CDC

Author Qualifications:

Director, Environmental Health and Safety, Associate Professor, Diagnostic Sciences, Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry, University of the Pacific, San Francisco, California


Ms. Cuny has received an honorarium from Dental Learning Systems, LLC for her preparation and presentation of this program.

Queries for the presenter may be directed to justin.romano@broadcastmed.com.