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A.I.M. for Dental Implants Success – Assess, Identify, Maintain
CE credits: 1 Cost: $5.00
Faculty: Susan S. Wingrove, RDH, FADIA
15776

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation:

As dental professionals we want to be able to confidently discuss implant treatment options with patients and meet the challenge of providing safe, effective implant maintenance. Many of us are confused by conflicting messages which instruments to safely maintain them and why.

End the confusion with a comprehensive system for assessment, instrumentation, monitoring, and peri-implant disease treatment including cement residue implantitis based on my current textbook; Peri-Implant Therapy for the Dental Hygienist: Clinical Guide to Maintenance and Disease Complications.

Learning Objectives:

  • Assess and monitor the health of dental implants with an evidence-based, five-step protocol.
  • Provide safe implant maintenance, home-care recommendations, and peri-implant disease treatment.
  • Importance of 3D technology for a comprehensive level of disease diagnosis.

Educational Support Provided by: Paradise Dental Technologies

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Anticipatory Guidance: The Hygienist Role in Revolutionizing Pediatric Care
CE credits: 1 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Lisandra Maisonet, RDH, BS, EFDA, PHDHP, MAADH
16331

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation:

The National Institute of Dental And Craniofacial Research reports that 42% of children 2 to 11 have had dental caries in their primary teeth, and 23% of children 2 to 11 have untreated dental caries. These numbers are staggering considering dental caries are a preventable disease. Dental professionals must take action in remedying this situation. But most likely, if not certainly, it will be dental hygienists serving in their preventive roles, who will be at the forefront of making the greatest contribution in working toward a paradigm shift that focuses on disease prevention.

This course will increase awareness about the current public health concern affecting young children. It will inspire dental hygienists to become active participants in their preventive role. Attendees will leave inspired and prepared to provide anticipatory guidance for caregivers, while serving to bridge the gap between the health and dental communities.

Educational Support Provided by: Spry

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Atraumatic Extraction Through Proper Instrumentation
CE credits: 1 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Scott Froum, DDS
16195

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As the techniques for placement and restoration have become more refined, so too has the techniques involved in tooth extraction. Because the biology of the post extraction socket is resoprtive, various graft materials have been developed to try to preserve bone and soft tissue architecture. In addition, careful extraction techniques have  been developed that allow preservation of bone socket structure. When tissue volume is lost, compromises in implant therapy may occur. This webinar discusses techniques, graft material, and instrument selection that can optimize tissue preservation.

Learning Objectives:

After participating in this program the attendee will be able to:

  • Discuss the post resportive nature of the tooth socket after extraction.
  • Identify indications and contraindications for the use of graft material in the socket after tooth extraction.
  • Demonstrate how careful selection of tooth extraction armamentarium is essential to atraumatic extraction technique.

Educational Support Provided by Paradise Dental Technologies (PDT).

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Attacking Biofilm With Subgingival Air Polishing
CE credits: 1 Cost: $5.00
Faculty: Karen Davis, RDH, BSDH, RDHMP
15720

The underworld of subgingival biofilm lends itself to an environment ideally suited for destruction through the utilization of air-polishing technology. Advances in tip design and development of systems that utilize ultra soft powders that are compatible in subgingival pockets now enable clinicians to obliterate biofilm communities within seconds. This course is designed to inform participants of the science behind this technology and better understand its application into clinical protocols. Whether you are new to subgingival air-polishing, skeptical of its validity, or a veteran, this course will answer many questions clinician have about attacking biofilm with this interesting technology.

Learning Objectives:

  • Examine the evidence to support the safety and efficacy of subgingival air polishing
  • Understand the differences between supra and subgingival air polishing
  • Determine clinical applications for de-plaquing, root debridement of and treatment of peri-implantitis
  • Identify various types of powders designed for the subgingival environment
  • Identify methods to incorporate subgingival air polishing into clinical treatment

Educational Support Provided by: CloSys

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Cone Socket Hand Instruments: Discover Why Their Popularity is Skyrocketing
CE credits: 1 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Karen Siebert, RDH, MA
15642

Are you looking for a way to go green in your practice, but not sure where to start? One way to reduce environmental waste is to integrate cone socket hand instruments into your practice. Discover what these budget-friendly alternatives to one-piece instrument design can do for your practice’s bottom line and patient care. Understand why cone socket technology is a better alternative to re-tipping worn instruments, and create your own personalized instrument cassette with this flexible system. We will also address best practices for cone socket instrument processing and storage.

Educational Support Provided by: American Eagle Instruments Inc

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Demystifying Peri-Implant Maintenance: An Evidence-Based Approach
CE credits: 1 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Edie Shuman-Gibson, RDH, MS, PhDc
15702

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation:

Peri-implant complications, just like periodontal complications, may appear similar during visual examination. How do you decide which technology (Plastic? Titanium? Ultrasonic?) is the best choice for treating your implant clients? It is critical to know how to differentiate between and determine the underlying cause of the complication in order to properly treat the disease. Knowing the “why” of the problem is paramount for treatment success and patient engagement!

A comprehensive understanding of signs, symptoms, and etiology of peri-implant complications, along with the most current, evidence-based maintenance protocols, including revolutionary periodontal regenerative options, will be discussed in this program.

Learning Objectives:

  • Assessment & treatment protocols for peri-implant mucositis, implantitis and cement residue implantitis (cementitis).
  • In-office regenerative options
  • Instrumentation and maintenance procedures for optimal patient care

Educational Support Provided by Sunstar

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Documentation for the Billing and Reimbursement of Laser Procedures
AGD Subject Code(s): 550, 552 CE credits: 1 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Tom M. Limoli, Jr.
16211

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Accurate coding for the completed procedure is only part of the overall solution. Learn how to forever avoid the “coding strategies” and “canned narratives” that get the attention of regulatory authorities. Coding is simple when clinical documentation is complete and correct. Streamlined and simplified reimbursement must always begin with the clinical team. If you have to write a narrative for the patients insurance than your clinical documentation needs help.

Educational Objectives:

After participating in this program the attendee will be able to:

  • Identify the various components of the “global procedure”
  • Provide requested supplemental information automatically without the need for crafting canned narrative reports.
  • Streamline and simplify the overall reimbursement process by accurately documenting the most critical aspects of the patient’s treatment.

Educational Support Provided by BIOLASE

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Ebola in the Dental Environments: Dispelling Myths
CE credits: 1 Cost: $5.00
Faculty: Noel Kelsch, RDH, RDHAP
15703

As dental health care professionals it is imperative that we know the current emerging diseases and the necessary infection control measures in the dental setting. Though there is no history of the transmission of Ebola in the dental setting knowing the infection control guidelines protocols and preventive measure is the key to minimizing the risk. This course will go over Ebola’s modes of transmission, the current Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommendations and dispel the fact from the fiction. A host of resources will be shared.

Learning Objectives:

  • Describe the epidemiology of Ebola
  • Establish infection control protocols for prevention of Ebola in the Dental Setting
  • Differentiate current science based findings from myths surrounding the topic of Ebola

Educational Support Provided by: Dux Dental

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Efficient Workflow with Handheld Portable X-ray Systems
CE credits: 1 Cost: $5.00
Faculty: Joseph A. Blaes, DDS
16076

A revolution in the design of dental office space has occurred. It is no longer necessary to have the placement of your x-ray head on the wall dictate your dental office design. The age of cordless portable hand-held x-ray system is now. Handheld Portable X-ray Systems are the best new dental product on the market today. As far back as I can remember, one of the first questions asked about a new office was where to place the X-Ray. This was always the key to the setup of the treatment room. The X-ray head had to be able to reach the chair. How many times have you had to change the position of the chair or sit the patient upright because the arm would not reach far enough. How many radiographs were ruined because the arm or the head or the patient moved after you left the room to expose the film. The Handheld Portable X-ray Systems solves all of these problems because it is totally portable! It is a hand held unit so you do not have to change the patient’s position to take an X-ray. This allows you to stay with your patient through the entire X-ray process. No more position the sensor, walk out, expose, walk back and repeat – a lot of wasted motion. The Handheld Portable X-ray System will serve 2 to 3 treatment rooms and can go anywhere in the office so any room can be an X-ray room. Experience new freedom and efficiency!

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Hygiene Shouldn’t be a Pain in the Neck…or Shoulder: Strategies to Prevent Pain & Extend Your Career
CE credits: 1 Cost: $5.00
Faculty: Bethany Valachi, MS, PT, CEAS
15225

A staggering 80% of hygienists who retire early are forced to, due to work-related pain. This ground-breaking seminar for dental hygienists fills a void in the dental education—bridging the gap between dental ergonomics and work-related pain. Discover how the delivery of dental hygiene and equipment selection are affecting your neck and shoulder health. Implement effective self-treatment and prevention strategies based on research.

Hygienists will discover techniques they can apply immediately in the operatory to reduce work-related pain, prevent injury and increase career longevity. A must for those purchasing loupes!

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Multidisciplinary Use of 3D in the Modern Dental Practice
CE credits: 1 Cost: $5.00
Faculty: Kaveh Ghaboussi, DDS
16075

Learn principles and applications of dentistry’s newest and most advanced imaging technology. This course gives a broad overview of applications of cone beam in the general dentistry practice, and as it relates to: implant planning, oral surgery, sleep dentistry, TMJ therapy, orthodontics, and endodontics. It focuses on key decisions relation to appropriate uses of cone beam, as well as field of view, imaging needs, and goals.

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Pathways to Health Through Reduction of Risk Factors
CE credits: 1 Cost: $5.00
Faculty: Karen Davis, RDH, BSDH, RDHMP
15271

What do most patients know about the implications of citric acid, sugar, Omega 6 and Omega 3 in the diet? And, what do they really know about how those factors impact oral and systemic health? This program provides a pathway to assist clinicians in guiding patients toward healthier decisions that can reduce the risk of dental caries, periodontal diseases and chronic inflammatory conditions. Learn how dental professionals can build lifetime patient relationships through a pathway of health and wellness education.

  • What we really need to know and do about the pathogens that initiate periodontal disease and dental caries
  • Interactions and implications between chronic inflammation, oral health, prostaglandins, C-reactive proteins and Omega 6 & 3
  • Reducing risk factors that impact oral and systemic health
  • Tools to halt the dental caries and periodontal disease process
  • Pathway to building lifetime patient relationships
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Practice Transitions That Work! Maximizing Value and Minimizing Risk
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AGD Subject Code(s): 552, 556 CE credits: 1 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Peter J. Ackerman, CPA, CVA, Randy Marie Daigler
16196

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This seminar is a brief overview that will guide sellers and buyers in doing their homework to assure that each party looks in the right direction for answers that suit their given situation.

Selling your life’s work involves strategic financial planning while recognizing and honoring the emotional component of passing your “professional baby” into other hands. Devising the right exit plan minimizes the risk and avoids the majority of pitfalls along the way.

As a buyer taking on the challenge of charting your professional future by finding the right fit clinically, personally and financially can be daunting without knowing the ropes.

Both buyers and sellers will understand how identifying the right advisors makes for a smoother process with less stress. Learn how to accomplish your goals through the transition options that abound, sorting out what is right for you and how you achieve it. This seminar also covers buyer’s needs and the transition market. Discover the strong emerging merger market and how it can mutually benefit sellers and buyers. Simply we discuss what really equates to value in a sale or acquisition, the allocation of tax classes and tax impact to the parties. Buyers will learn the type of lenders that understand dentistry and allow sellers put cash in their pocket at closing. Finally we’ll cover what are the 10 biggest deal killers.

Learning Objectives:

After participating in this program the attendee will be able to:

  • Understand the transition strategies available and selecting the best option
  • Review the tax implications of sale or acquisition.
  • Learn how to select and use experienced advisors to advocate your success.

Educational Support Provided by ADS Dental Transitions.

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Precision Instrument Sharpening Never A Dull Moment
CE credits: 1 Cost: $5.00
Faculty: Nancy Andrews, RDH, BS
15721

This program will review various options associated with instrument sharpening.
Option #1: Do it yourself - Learn how to preserve the original instrument design and shape while creating sharp edges. Compare free-hand sharpening with a stone, guided sharpeners and mechanical sharpeners.
Option #2: Send instruments out to be sharpened.
Option #3: Consider instruments with reduced sharpening requirements and re-tipping.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify goals of instrument sharpening
  • Explain instrument design and landmarks needed for sharpening
  • Demonstrate hand sharpening techniques
  • Explain how to use guided and mechanical sharpening devices

Educational Support Provided by: Nordent Manufacturing, Inc.

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Quick Tips Across the 8 Points of Dental Patient Care
CE credits: 1 Cost: $5.00
Faculty: Noel Kelsch, RDH, RDHAP
15643

PWith the quick turn around of rooms in dental offices having an understanding and plan for infection control and workflow is paramount! This course will review workflow and match infection control protocols with the dental professional in mind. From Room Prep/Turnover, Preventive and Operatory Cleanup this course will give you innovative quick tips and practical information for compliance.

Learning Objectives:

  • Identify the 8 points of Dental Patient Care
  • Recognize the infection control protocols in the Dental Setting
  • Delineate strategies for efficient and effective compliance in infection control

Educational Support Provided by: Kerr Total Care

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Selective Polishing: Does It Really Matter?
CE credits: 1 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Kristine Hodsdon, RDH
16091

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation:

For clinical dental hygienists polishing is second nature. We do it so often that without realizing it we have completed the service physically while mentally we are thinking about what needs to be done at home or how to make up for the fifteen minutes Mrs. Jones set you back this morning. For most of us we spend very little mental energy attending to not only the technique of polishing but the purchasing of the product. This course is designed to give you a refreshing look at polishing, the technique, the products, and the evidence behind selective polishing.

Learning Objectives:

  • Self-Profile about your product style
  • Landscape of Prophy Paste
  • Importance of 3D technology for a comprehensive level of disease diagnosis.
  • Verbal Skills & Enhancing the Patient Experience
  • Myth busters about polishing

Educational Support Provided by: Young Dental*

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Spotlight on Hand Health: How Quality Gloves Protect One of Your Most Critical Physical Tools
CE credits: 1 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Anne Nugent Guignon, RDH, BS, CSP, Cindy Purdy, RDH, BSDH
16185

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation:

Originally gloves were used to provide protection from blood-borne pathogens, but a mounting list of unintended consequences began impacting our hand health: poorly fitted gloves, restricted hand movements, reduced tactile sensitivity, skin sensitivities and allergies and high material failure rates.

Providing dental care is literally a hands-on activity. Today there are affordable, high quality ergonomically-certified gloves made from advanced formulations that provide comfortable fit, improve tactical sensitivity, reduce skin sensitivities, and are formulated for long, wet procedures. Learn how proper glove will help keep your hands healthy.

Learning Objectives:

  • Learn how gloves became standard personal protection devices
  • Recognize how quality gloves are manufactured and tested
  • Describe how glove fabrics differ and which are appropriate for health care
  • Appreciate the relative risk for developing a hand musculoskeletal disorder
  • Learn how to select the correct glove size and proper glove fit
  • Identify how glove fit impacts grip strength, pinch forces, tactile sensitivity and hand fatigue
  • Understand hand hygiene practices, skin irritation, and sensitivity and allergy issues
  • Summarize how the correct glove supports a more sustainable clinical career and a healthier personal lifestyle.

Educational Support Provided by: Ansell

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Spotlight On Prevention – Create A Healthier Workspace Now!
CE credits: 1 Cost: $5.00
Faculty: Anne Nugent Guignon, RDH, BS, CSP
15775

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation:

Neck, shoulder and back pain should not be part of the dental hygiene employment package. Since clinical practice is full of musculoskeletal booby-traps, dismissing the aches as “just part of the job” can have serious, career-ending consequences

Dental hygienists are the ultimate preventive professionals, yet countless suffer needlessly from workplace-related aches and pains. Learn about how magnification, auxiliary illumination and new seating concepts interact together, creating a healthy workspace synergy.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the relative risk for developing a workplace-related musculoskeletal disorder (WRMSD).
  • Recognize risk factors that contribute to musculoskeletal disorders (MSD’s).
  • Learn about different types of magnification loupes and lighting options.
  • Appreciate how healthy seating, magnification and auxiliary illumination reduce the risk for developing a WRMSD.

Educational Support Provided by: Orascoptic

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Teenagers Dangerous Lifestyle Choices::
How to Assess Oral Manifestations
AGD Subject Code(s): 431, 750 CE credits: 1 Cost: $5.00
Faculty: Lee Somerville
15146

The current and sometimes shocking health behaviors and trends in the younger generation can influence their oral and systemic health. The dental professional has an opportunity during the dental visit to identify risk behaviors and intervene with the teenager to make positive health choices.

Topic coverage will include dangerous lifestyle choices such as substance abuse (Meth Mouth), various smokeless tobacco products including Hookah, Bath salts and much more. Examining high risk behaviors and gender differences prepare the dental professional to initiate conversations that will provide guidance with the health decisions that face the youth of today.

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The Hygienist’s Role in Implant Therapy: An Introduction
CE credits: 1 Cost: $5.00
Faculty: Scott Froum, DDS, Chris Salierno, DDS
15306

Dental implants have become a quickly growing facet of dentistry with purported good success rates. In order to obtain a successful esthetic result in implant dentistry, communication among the members of the implant team is crucial. The traditional members of the implant team include the surgeon, restorative dentist, and the laboratory technician. However, just as important as members of the implant team are the hygienist and the patient. The long term success of implant dentistry is dependent on the maintenance role taken by the hygienist and the ability of the hygienist to act as “first responders” when implant complications arise. Proper diagnosis, prevention, and treatment strategies are essential for hygienists to know in order for a dentist to have a healthy and successful implant practice.

  • Implement hygienist participation as integral members of the implant team.
  • Recognize the clinical signs of implant complications.
  • Implement proper diagnosis, prevention and treatment strategies for implant patients.
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The Rockwell Scale: The Key to Evidence-Based Instrument Selection for Dental Implant Maintenance
CE credits: 1 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Angela M. Fuller, RDH, BA
16093

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation:

As clinicians, we are often faced with decisions to determine which products or instruments are best for our practice and our patient’s needs. There is a lot of information to sort through to make solid, evidence-based choices regarding which items are best for each situation. During this presentation, I will introduce the Rockwell Hardness Scale and describe how this quantifiable measurement can be used to determine if the implant maintenance instrument being used in clinical practice is truly safe against scratching the surfaces of the implant restorations being cleaned. With this data, one can make an educated decision regarding if their instrument of choice is too hard, too soft, or just right for successful dental implant maintenance.

Learning Objectives:

  • Introduction and definition of the Rockwell Hardness scale, how it is used to measure and compare different materials.
  • Describe the various materials currently being used for dental implant instruments and how they vary, the pro’s and con’s to each material in regards to how it may affect the dental implant surface.
  • Explain the importance of preventing the micro-surface scratches on the dental implants and what these scratches can lead to in regards to peri-implantitis.
  • Show the clinical research of the Rockwell Hardness data of a cross-section of the implant maintenance instruments out on the market in comparison to a cross-section of dental implants being placed to show how to select which instrument is best for the type of implants being used.

Educational Support Provided by: American Eagle Instruments Inc.

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The Role and Requirements of OSHA in the Dental Setting
CE credits: 1 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Noel Kelsch, RDH, RDHAP
16194

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Dental health care providers (DHCP) are inundated every day with advertisements and input on the use of hospital grade, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) approved disinfectants. This course was developed to help dispel the myths about disinfectants and to empower DHCP to safely use products that are compatible with the setting they work in. This course will empower the learner to make clinical decisions on caring for the dental environment.

Learning Objectives:

After participating in this program the attendee will be able to:

  • Recognize and correct occupational health hazards in the dental setting.
  • Develop procedures in the dental setting to assure compliance with OSHA standards are met.
  • Integrate prevention tools that address occupational health risks including blood borne pathogens.
  • Identify the necessary screening protocols, as well as, health and safety education necessary for all workers in the dental setting.

Educational Support Provided by GC America Inc.

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Who's Afraid of the Big, Bad Biofilm?
CE credits: 1 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Stacy McCauley, RDH, MS
16330

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation:

How many times have you seen patients with less than stellar hygiene who amazingly don’t exhibit signs of active infection? Conversely, how many times have you seen a patient with excellent home care who consistently shows signs of active infection? The interplay between biofilm composition and host response is the key to unlocking the recipe for patient health.

This interactive course walks participants through the periodontal disease process specifically looking at the role of biofilm. If you’ve ever wondered what’s happening deep below the gumline; before, during and after periodontal therapy, this course is for you. Be prepared to take a deep dive into the sulcus to gain a new perspective on what works and what doesn’t.

Participants will leave this course with tangible action steps in order to take their current biofilm management strategies from good to great.

Educational Support Provided by: CloSYS

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Women’s Health & the Oral Systemic Link
CE credits: 1 Cost: $0.00
Faculty: Eileen Morrissey, RDH, MS
16092

RDH CE Evening Express Archived Presentation:

As women age, their bodies undergo hormonal and systemic changes as part of life’s natural progression. We are well aware that the body is connected to the oral cavity. How these systemic changes affect the mouth, as well as the potential double-­‐edged sword of oral health’s impact on whole body health will be explored in this webinar.

Learning Objectives:

  • An overview of physiological changes in women from young womanhood through the elder years.
  • The role of inflammation in the mouth and its potential link to systemic disease.
  • Major illnesses in women; oral manifestations of disease and disease treatment.
  • Addressing the oral issues: treatment and outcomes.

Educational Support Provided by: CloSYS

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