Conscious sedation in the provision of dental care 8 i am most grateful to john lowry and all of the members of the working party for providing this report the recommendations should be noted and implemented by all dentists especially those who provide conscious sedation it will be important to. Conscious sedation instead of a reliance on general anaesthesia general anaesthesia should only be provided in response to clinical need the publication of a conscious decision in 2000 resulted in the cessation of general anaesthesia for dentistry in the primary care setting3 the provision. The standards support health boards to contract and or provide safe and effective conscious sedation in dental care support clinicians and their teams to provide safe and effective care in line with agreed standards and further outline the welsh governments policy intentions the standards align with the welsh governments nhs planning framework 2018 to
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