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Out-of-Hospital Use of Analgesia and Sedation
Editors’ note: Ketamine officially endorsed by ACEP as prehospital sedation for acute agitation needing ultrarapid control, especially for suspected excited delirium syndrome
I dont endorse midazolam as being the ideal prehospital sedative for agitation. Droperidol is superior. Haloperidol is acceptable alternative.