26 min

EMCrit 291 – For Frak’s Sake, Ketamine is at least as Hemodynamically Stable as Etomidate‪!‬ EMCrit Podcast - Critical Care and Resuscitation

    • Medicine

Terren Trott, MD

Emergency Medicine + Ultrasound + Critical Care Physician + Airway Enthusiast. Editor for 5minuteairway and critical care now.







The Original Crit Care Now Blog Post



Terren's Post on Critical Care Now



The Two NEAR Database Papers on Ketamine Hemodynamics



* Mohr et al.

* April et al.



Jabre RCT on Ketamine vs. Etomidate



* KetaSED - Jabre Lancet RCT

* Bottom Line KetaSED Summary

* Reanalysis of Jabre demonstrating that all intubations were done by EM in ED or EMS Environment



 

Now on to the Podcast...

 

Terren Trott, MD

Emergency Medicine + Ultrasound + Critical Care Physician + Airway Enthusiast. Editor for 5minuteairway and critical care now.







The Original Crit Care Now Blog Post



Terren's Post on Critical Care Now



The Two NEAR Database Papers on Ketamine Hemodynamics



* Mohr et al.

* April et al.



Jabre RCT on Ketamine vs. Etomidate



* KetaSED - Jabre Lancet RCT

* Bottom Line KetaSED Summary

* Reanalysis of Jabre demonstrating that all intubations were done by EM in ED or EMS Environment



 

Now on to the Podcast...

 

26 min