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”

Disruption, Danger, and Droperidol: Emergency Management of the Agitated Patient — Intensive Care Network

The role of physical and chemical restraints, neuroleptics, benzodiazepines, and ketamine, and the diagnostic and therapeutic priorities for the acute care provider. The post Disruption, Danger, and Droperidol: Emergency Management of the Agitated Patient appeared first on Intensive Care Network. via Disruption, Danger, and Droperidol: Emergency Management of the Agitated Patient — Intensive Care Network