Ketamine in the Critically Ill

August 28, 2020 00:25:38
Ketamine in the Critically Ill
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Ketamine in the Critically Ill

Aug 28 2020 | 00:25:38

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Show Notes

Ketamine is a well-known anesthetic used commonly in the ED for RSI and procedural sedation.  In this podcast, we review the use of ketamine in other critical illness states, such as status asthmaticus, status epilepticus, acute pain management, and acute alcohol withdrawal syndrome.

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