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The Incidence of Post-Intubation Hypotension in Trauma Patients after Etomidate Administration
BACKGROUND: Post-intubation hypotension (PIH) is found in up to 44% of patients emergently intubated in the ED. Etomidate is a popular agent used in rapid sequence induction (RSI) for emergency intubations due to its stable ...
Evaluation of the Sterility of a Vapocoolant Spray for Use in Minor Surgery
Vapocoolant sprays (skin refrigerants) are topical agents frequently utilized in a clinical office setting to reduce pain caused by needle injections or minor surgical procedures by rapid cooling of the skin. However, ...
Pain Scores with Atypical Pain Regimens in Severe Burn
INTRODUCTION: Severely burned patients receive a variety of medications to alleviate their pain. We wondered if there are differences in reported pain scores and acceptable levels of pain in patients who receive only opioid ...
Outcome of Different Induction Therapies in Living Donor Renal Transplant in Indian Population: A Single Center Experience
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Induction therapy with interleukin-2 receptor antagonist (IL2-RA) is recommended as a first line agent in living donor renal transplantation (LRT). However, comparative outcomes of induction ...