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Ketamine Clinical Trials


Is Atropine Needed With Ketamine Sedation?


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Id: NCT00834470

Organisation Name: Seoul National University Hospital

Overal Status: Completed

Start Date: August 2008

Last Update: August 6, 2012

Lead Sponsor: Seoul National University Hospital

Brief Summary: Ketamine seems an obvious choice in the setting of an emergency department
Ketamine leads to increased production of salivary and tracheal secretions
Antisialagogues(atropine)therefore have been recommended as a routine adjunct
We compare atropine with placebo as an adjunct to ketamine sedation in children undergoing primary closure of lacerated wound

Conditions:
  • Conscious Sedation


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