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Ketamine Clinical Trials


Ketamine versus nitrous oxide plus intranasal fentanyl for paediatric fracture reduction in the emergency department: a prospective randomised comparison trial


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Id: ACTRN12619000555156p

Organisation Name: David Bishop

Overal Status: Not yet recruiting

Start Date: 02/09/2019

Brief Summary: The most commonly employed paeidtric procedural analgosedatives (PAS) over the past few decades have been both nitrous oxide (N2O) and ketamine. This is a prospective randomised comparison trial comparing inhaled N2O plus INF to IV ketamine for paediatric patients requiring PAS for fracture reduction. We hypothesis that N2O plus INF is equivalent to ketamine regarding overall procedural analgosedative efficacy for the patient in addition to being more cost-effective given the quicker offset of action and consequent shorter length of stay plus the requirement for fewer and less specialised medical personnel.

Countries:
  • Australia


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