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  1. At my part time job teaching, Nitrous oxide is now in the AEMT scope. I know that in the 70's, 80's through the early 90's it was popular in some rural parts of the country and in the New England area but I honestly havent heard hardly anything about it in the past 20 years. I have heard its hard to even get FDA approved regulators for EMS anymore. I have two questions: 1- Does anyone out there have a NO specific skills sheet for credentialling this? 2- Is anyone planning on doing this? Is anyone currently doing this? 3- What are your lessons learned that might be useful for an educator who is unfamilier with this modality (other than personal use at the dentist). Many Thanks Steve
  2. Ghetto refers to an economic condition, not a race of people, so no racism intended or infered. You Might Be Ghetto If: 1) The only art you own is your fingernails. 2) Turning up the heat means turning on another burner on your stove. 3) You have trouble spelling your children's names, and you named them.
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