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Is Intranasal Ketamine Safe and Effective as a Prehospital Analgesic?

  • Brett H. Shaw (a1) and Marshall Ross (a1)

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Correspondence to: Dr. Brett Shaw, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Calgary, C231 3280 Hospital Dr. NW, Calgary, ABT2N 4Z6, Canada; Email: brett.shaw@ucalgary.ca

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1.Ghate, G, Clark, E, Vaillancourt, C.Systematic review of the use of low-dose ketamine for analgesia in the emergency department. Can J Emerg Med 2018;20(1):3645.
2.Mozafari, J, Maleki Verki, M, Motamed, H, Sabouhi, A, Tirandaz, F.Comparing intranasal ketamine with intravenous fentanyl in reducing pain in patients with renal colic: a double-blind randomized clinical trial. Am J Emerg Med 2019; epub, doi: 10.1016/j.ajem.2019.05.049.
3.Benish, T, Villalobos, D, Love, S, et al. The THINK (Treatment of Headache with Intranasal Ketamine) trial: a randomized controlled trial comparing intranasal ketamine with intravenous metoclopramide. J Emerg Med 2019;56(3):248–57.e1.

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Is Intranasal Ketamine Safe and Effective as a Prehospital Analgesic?

  • Brett H. Shaw (a1) and Marshall Ross (a1)

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