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OHSU: Ketamine vs Propofol

By Eduardo Lacalle, MD Ketamine vs Propofol [and ketofol, too!] http://www.ohsu.edu/emergency/education/courses/media/podcast/# 3 studies looking at ketamine, propofol, and the combination of the two (“ketofol”) for procedural sedation [sorry I don’t have the full titles – too difficult to get from … Continue reading

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OHSU/Oregon Poison Center Journal Club: ECGs in TCAs – September 2008

By Eduardo Lacalle, MD http://www.ohsu.edu/emergency/education/courses/media/podcast/archive.htm Toxicologists in the 1980s developed EKG criteria in TCA overdose as a quicker substitute for measuring serum TCA levels (which at time took hours, now takes days as a send-out). Originally the EKG finding to … Continue reading

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