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

Prehospital ketamine use by paramedics in the Australian Capital Territory

New to open access: Prehospital ketamine use by paramedics in the Australian Capital Territory… https://t.co/252okiUf0K #FOAMed — EMA Journal (@EMAJournal) February 22, 2017

Procedural sedation pearls: Ketamine — Don’t Forget the Bubbles

You can keep staring at the 3 year old’s deep eyebrow laceration, desperate to glue it, but you know it needs to be sutured. Now what? Injured or distressed children present us with difficulties in the emergency department. Children experience a more intense physical and emotional reaction to painful or threatening procedures than adults.… via ProceduralContinue reading “Procedural sedation pearls: Ketamine — Don’t Forget the Bubbles”