(1) The department, with the recommendation of the board, shall issue a permit to
a Nebraska-licensed dentist to administer minimal sedation on an outpatient basis
to dental patients if the dentist:
(a) Maintains a properly equipped facility for the administration of minimal sedation
as determined by the board;
(b) Is currently certified in basic life-support skills for health care providers
as determined by the board and, if providing minimal sedation for persons twelve years
of age and under, is currently certified in pediatric advanced life support as determined
by the board; and
(c) Meets at least one of the following criteria:
(i) Has completed an advanced education program approved by the board that affords
comprehensive and appropriate training necessary to administer and manage minimal
(ii) Has completed training to the level of competency in minimal sedation consistent
with the standards set by the American Dental Association as determined by the board
or a comprehensive training program in minimal sedation as approved by the board.
(2) An inhalation analgesia permit issued pursuant to this section prior to July 1,
2016, terminates on such date.
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