A prospective observational study of midazolam and droperidol for pre-hospital acute behavioural disturbance

Brilliant prehospital research from Queensland once again that will likely change practice in other states. Just like what we did with ketamine in aeromedical retrieval! A prospective observation study of midazolam and droperidol for pre-hospital acute behavioural disturbance

Ketamine reduces the need for intubation in patients with acute severe mental illness and agitation requiring transport to definitive care: An observational study

Ketamine reduces the need for intubation in patients with acute severe mental illness and agitation requiring transport to definitive care: An observational study

Victorian prehospital chemical restraint 2017 update

It’s time for another post on everyone’s favourite drug: ketamine! Hooray! Ok, so this is not entirely about ketamine, but ketamine does come into it. AV paramedics have recently received training to administer IM ketamine to agitated patients as part of a greater focus on paramedic safety when managing these situations(MICA paramedics have had ketamineContinue reading “Victorian prehospital chemical restraint 2017 update”