Procedural Sedation - Ketamine (> 3 months) - Curbside Procedural Sedation - Ketamine (> 3 months) - Curbside
Procedural Sedation - Ketamine (> 3 months)
Editors: Dan Imler, MD, Courtney Hallum, MD
Inclusion Criteria  (Any one criteria present)
  • Clinical need for procedural sedation
Exclusion Criteria
  • Hypertension or heart failure
  • Porphyria, thyroid disease, Schizophrenia, glaucoma, open globe injury
  • High risk anatomical features
  • High risk medical/surgical history
  • Allergy or hypersensitivity to ketamine
  • History of complications with sedation
  • < 3 months old
Consult advanced airway practitioner

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