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Review article of best drugs for acute migraine in ED

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By Mahmoud Abdelrazek Neurology resident
Nancy E Kelley, Deborah E Tepper
OBJECTIVES: This second portion of a 3-part series examines the relative effectiveness of headache treatment with neuroleptics, antihistamines, serotonin antagonists, valproate, and other drugs (octreotide, lidocaine, nitrous oxide, propofol, and bupivacaine) in the setting of an emergency department, urgent care center, or headache clinic. METHODS: MEDLINE was searched using the terms "migraine" AND "emergency" AND "therapy" OR "treatment...
February 2012: Headache
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