Do Etomidate and Propofol Increase Mortality in the Critically Ill?

June 15, 2023 00:30:21
Do Etomidate and Propofol Increase Mortality in the Critically Ill?
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Do Etomidate and Propofol Increase Mortality in the Critically Ill?

Jun 15 2023 | 00:30:21

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Show Notes

Both etomidate and propofol are commonly used sedative agents in critically ill patients.  Recent literature has suggested that these agents may result in increased harm and mortality.  In this podcast, we discuss the most recent two systematic reviews and meta-analyses that evaluated etomidate and propofol in critically ill patients.  Do we need to change our practice?

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