The Complicated Alcohol Withdrawal Patient

January 27, 2017 00:24:56
The Complicated Alcohol Withdrawal Patient
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
The Complicated Alcohol Withdrawal Patient

Jan 27 2017 | 00:24:56

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Show Notes

Bryan Hayes is back!  In this podcast, we discuss pitfalls in the use of benzodiazpines along with current evidence on adjunctive treatments including propofol, barbiturates, dexmedetomidine, antiepileptics, and ketamine.  Bryan brings us all up to date with this discussion!

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