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By George Terwilliger ED Doc
Dani Hall, Alison Robinson
OBJECTIVES & BACKGROUND: The safety of intravenous ketamine in procedural sedation is well described.(1 2) Guidelines produced by NICE(3) and the College of Emergency Medicine(4) are used by Emergency Departments (ED) nationwide. To avoid cannulation, opioids are frequently administered to children intranasally(5), avoiding first-pass metabolism.(6) Intranasal ketamine (INK) is an effective analgesic in children(7) and has been successfully utilised in prehospital and military settings...
September 2014: Emergency Medicine Journal: EMJ
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