Epilepsy Training: The use of Buccal Midazolam

Epilepsy Training: The use of Buccal Midazolam


This epilepsy training course is ideal for any individual who may be required to administer Buccal Midazolam. Types of settings that may find this epilepsy training useful could be residential or care homes, community healthcare providers, carers organisations, and also those working within disability settings.

Furthermore it also includes practical demonstrations of how to administer buccal medication from either pre-filled syringes or via bottle and syringe.

In addition to a handout on the day, each person will receive a certificate of attendance.

As a result of buccal midazolam’s serious side effects it is recommended that the person dispensing this medication has a valid basic life support certificate and has undergone safe administration of medication training. This is equally important to ensure you are following safe working guidelines.

Consequently if you wish to add either of these courses to make a full day’s training then a “special offer” price will be offered if both are held on the same day. Please enquire for our latest rates and availability.

Epilepsy Training: The use of Buccal Midazolam

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