Analgesia & Sedation in the Critically Ill

October 25, 2018 00:29:40
Analgesia & Sedation in the Critically Ill
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Analgesia & Sedation in the Critically Ill

Oct 25 2018 | 00:29:40

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Show Notes

Untreated pain, anxiety, and agitation have both short- and long-term consequences for our critically ill patients.  More importantly, it is well-known that patients remember the pain experienced during their critical illness.  New guidelines for the assessment and management of pain, agitation, delirium, immobility, and sleep were just published.  In this podcast, we review the latest guideline and discuss pearls and pitfalls of analgesia and sedation in the critically ill.

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