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Procedural sedation with propofol vs. midazolam/ketamine for painful manipulation in ER

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August 2013

Procedural sedation with propofol vs. midazolam/ketamine for painful manipulation in ER

Vol: 2| Issue: 7| Number:178| ISSN#: 2564-2537
Study Type:Therapy
OE Level Evidence:2
Journal Level of Evidence:N/A

Procedural Sedation with Propofol for Painful Orthopaedic Manipulation in the Emergency Department Expedites Patient Management Compared with a Midazolam/Ketamine Regimen

J Bone and Joint Surg Am; 2011; 93: 2255-2252

Contributing Authors:
Ofir Uri Eyal Behrbalk Amir Haim Ehud Kaufman Pinchas Halpern

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Synopsis

Sixty adults with orthopaedic injuries requiring painful manipulation were randomized to receive either propofol or midazolam/ketamine. Results indicated that the average recovery time and total sedation time were significantly shorter in patients who received propofol in comparison to those who received midazolam/ketamine. Patients in the propofol group had higher rates of adverse events; however...

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