AbstractBackground. The military use of ketamine is well established. The benefits of prehospital civilian use have not been extensively reported.Methods. A r — Read on academic.oup.com/milmed/article/184/Supplement_1/542/5418730
The Hennepin Ketamine Study Investigators’ Reply. — Read on www.qxmd.com/r/31046869
Perhaps not quite as daring but ketamine is used commonly by non-anaesthetists and non-clinicians in low- and middle-income countries.Kudos to @drharry64 for highlighting this incredibly useful but underused drug so dramatically.https://t.co/QZyVrB8WNrhttps://t.co/5WTpcRl1jg https://t.co/XfTlvexy4Q — Afr J Emerg Med (@AfJEM) August 1, 2018
Thai cave rescue
Well, if I'm going to do it, I'm going to do it right. Here's to you @ketaminh pic.twitter.com/hVK97BIoMJ — Dr. Howie Mell (@DrHowieMell) July 30, 2018
Listen to “Episode 8: Ketamine for Suicidal Patients” on Spreaker.