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Sergey Motov
EM Algiatrist on a mission towards Pain-free ED. Proponent of Targeted ED Analgesia. Big fan of non-opioid analgesia. Aversion to Hydromorphone.
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NPR Politics Sep 18
Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Champion Of Gender Equality, Dies At 87
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Seth Trueger Sep 17
btw have found this v helpful a handful of times
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Ryan Marino Sep 16
Naloxone truly is a miracle drug. When taken by mouth it does not have significant absorption, so it works wonderfully for opioid-induced constipation because it acts on the opioid receptors in the bowels and doesn’t reverse the other opioid effects. (And it’s cheap, too!)
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Lewis Nelson Sep 16
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Alex Sheng Sep 15
It's like hot sauce...
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Sergey Motov Sep 15
With immense joy and satisfaction. 👍👍👍
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Sergey Motov Sep 13
It keeps getting worse and worse: FDA Approves Tramadol Oral Solution for Pain Severe Enough for Opioids. what is WRONG with ???
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Omnintensivist Sep 12
If you don’t wear a mask because it irritates your skin, wait until you see what we have in store for your face when you’re intubated
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Seth Trueger Sep 10
weird how when someone dies after being shot by the police the mayor doesn't suspend use of firearms until investigations are complete and they are deemed safe for further use
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Scott Studebaker Sep 11
Furthermore, while I have an immense amount of respect for all of medicine, Anesthesia doesn’t have the best working knowledge of pre-hospital medicine. I’d guide you towards the recently issued position statement on this, a group much more suited to speak on the matter.
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Ryan Marino Sep 11
Acute ketamine toxicity is not really a thing. Adverse effects are rare (although psychotic patients and PTSD deserve mention in every discussion). The goal of using this safe medication is that it’s infinitely better than being hogtied, sat on, knee in the neck or the back, etc.
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Scott Studebaker Sep 11
It’s remarkably disingenuous for them to say there is a 24% complication rate & not expound on those complications. It’s disingenuous to claim it shouldn’t be used except for true medical emergencies. Excited Delirium IS a medical emergency. Insinuating it isn’t is a problem.
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Gene Benoit Sep 11
You are pure gold. Thanks Minh!
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Sergey Motov Sep 11
Thank you very much, Michael!
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Jeff Jarvis Sep 11
Great reference! Inappropriate physical restraint that impedes ventilation is what’s killing people. Ketamine can allow safe restraint. This is the classic problem of not understanding that correlation does not equal causation.
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Minh Le Cong Sep 11
Also please recall that it was ketamine sedation chosen to help rescue trapped Thai children in a deep underwater cave system . It was only prehospital drug considered safe/effective enough
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Minh Le Cong Sep 11
And dont forget ketamine used in prehospital surgery many times to save lives like here in Christchurch due to its safety & efficacy
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Remle P. Crowe, PhD Sep 11
, please also take into account the peer-reviewed literature. Prehospital ketamine is used as a non-opioid alternative for pain management:
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Jose Cabanas MD, MPH Sep 10
is the organization that represents clinicians with the expertise in the delivery of prehospital care. Mr. Mayor please consider engaging physicians experts in prehospital medicine.
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