publication . Article . 2018

Continuous Intravenous Sub-Dissociative Dose Ketamine Infusion for Managing Pain in the Emergency Department

Sergey Motov; Jefferson Drapkin; Antonios Likourezos; Tyler Beals; Ralph Monfort; Christian Fromm; John Marshall;
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  • Published: 01 Mar 2018 Journal: Western Journal of Emergency Medicine (issn: 1936-9018, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: eScholarship Publishing, University of California
  • Country: Mexico
Abstract
Author(s): Motov, Sergey; Drapkin, Jefferson; Likourezos, Antonios; Beals, Tyler; Monfort, Ralph; Fromm, Christian; Marshall, John | Abstract: Introduction: Our objective was to describe dosing, duration, and pre- and post-infusion analgesic administration of continuous intravenous sub-dissociative dose ketamine (SDK) infusion for managing a variety of painful conditions in the emergency department (ED). Methods: We conducted a retrospective chart review of patients aged 18 and older presenting to the ED with acute and chronic painful conditions who received continuous SDK infusion in the ED for a period over six years (2010-2016). Primary data analyses included...
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