Is Prehospital Ketamine Associated With a Change in the Prognosis of PTSD? | Military Medicine | Oxford Academic

ABSTRACTIntroduction. Ketamine is an alternative to opioids for prehospital analgesia following serious combat injury. Limited research has examined prehospital — Read on academic.oup.com/milmed/advance-article/doi/10.1093/milmed/usac014/6519201

Prehospital Ketamine Administration for Excited Delirium with Illicit Substance Co-Ingestion and Subsequent Intubation in the Emergency Department

Prehospital Ketamine Administration for Excited Delirium with Illicit Substance Co-Ingestion and Subsequent Intubation in the Emergency Department — Read on http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC8607139/

PHARM podcast Episode 238 Prehospital care of severe facial trauma

Horse’s hoof v face causing a massive max-fax haemorrhage. “Anyone got any ideas?”#ATACC @ATACCfaculty pic.twitter.com/OymgZNhxUX — Kate Prior 💙 (@doctorwibble) September 4, 2021 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Efficacy of ketamine for initial control of acute agitation in the emergency department: A randomized study – The American Journal of Emergency Medicine

Efficacy of ketamine for initial control of acute agitation in the emergency department: A randomized study – The American Journal of Emergency Medicine — Read on http://www.ajemjournal.com/article/S0735-6757(20)30241-2/pdf

Use of intramuscular ketamine by paramedics in the management of severely agitated patients – Bernard – – Emergency Medicine Australasia – Wiley Online Library

Use of intramuscular ketamine by paramedics in the management of severely agitated patients – Bernard – – Emergency Medicine Australasia – Wiley Online Library — Read on onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/full/10.1111/1742-6723.13755

EMCrit 291 – For Frak’s Sake, Ketamine is at least as Hemodynamically Stable as Etomidate!

Ketamine IS AT LEAST as hemodynamically stable as ETOMIDATE!!! EMCrit Project by Scott Weingart, MD FCCM. EMCrit 291 – For Frak’s Sake, Ketamine is at least as Hemodynamically Stable as Etomidate!

Ketamine in acute phase of severe traumatic brain injury “an old drug for new uses?” | Critical Care | Full Text

Maintaining an adequate level of sedation and analgesia plays a key role in the management of traumatic brain injury (TBI). To date, it is unclear which drug or combination of drugs is most effective in achieving these goals. Ketamine is an agent with attractive pharmacological and pharmacokinetics characteristics. Current evidence shows that ketamine does notContinue reading “Ketamine in acute phase of severe traumatic brain injury “an old drug for new uses?” | Critical Care | Full Text”