Massachusetts Board of Registration in Dentistry Mandates AED Units – Effective 8/20/10

The Massachusetts Board of Registration in Dentistry has mandated AED units for dental offices that administer anesthesia. Specifically, 234 CMR 6.15 (p. 73 of August 20, 2010 regulations) specifies the equipment and supplies that are required where local anesthesia is administered, and an AED is one of the requirements.

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4 comments on “Massachusetts Board of Registration in Dentistry Mandates AED Units – Effective 8/20/10
  1. It’s good to see they’re making AED units mandatory. I teach CPR classes in Tampa, and I’ve seen it happen first-hand in other sectors as well.

  2. CPR Classes Chicago says:

    Hi,

    I have read your blog your blog is so nice and informative.

  3. Justin says:

    I teach CPR classes in Tampa, and I’ve seen it happen first-hand in other sectors as well.?

  4. Performance CPR Training says:

    We teach AED use and realize the importance of providing quick easy access to AEDs for all individuals. They save lives!

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