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(b) Beginning April 13, 1992, a dentist may not administer parenteral sedation unless he or she possesses a current parenteral sedation permit issued under the provisions of 12 AAC 28.600 - 12 AAC 28.640.
(c) A permit to administer parenteral sedation does not authorize a dentist to administer general anesthetic agents. A dentist must apply separately for a permit to administer a general anesthetic under 12 AAC 28.010 - 12 AAC 28.080.
History: Eff. 4/13/91, Register 118
Authority: AS 08.36.070
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