December - 2011
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Ketamine in Adult Emergency Medicine: Controversies and Recent Advances
Annals of Pharmacotherapy, 2011, 45; 1525-1534
Ketamine is an attractive inducation agent in critical care because of its perceived haemodynamic stability. This paper reviews the available literature, which isn't much, but what is available is reassuring that it appears relatively safe.
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