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Ketamine Clinical Trials


A Randomized, Clinical Trial of Oral Midazolam Versus Oral Ketamine for Sedation During Laceration Repair.


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Id: NCT01925898

Organisation Name: Assaf-Harofeh Medical Center

Overal Status: Unknown status

Start Date: August 2013

Last Update: January 22, 2014

Lead Sponsor: Assaf-Harofeh Medical Center

Brief Summary: Sedation is often needed for young children undergoing minor procedures in the emergency department (ED). Oral midazolam is one of the most commonly used regimens for children undergoing laceration repair but its sedative efficacy was shown to be suboptimal. In only one randomized controlled study oral ketamine has been used successfully for procedural sedation for laceration repair. A recent study showed that the combination of oral midazolam and oral ketamine provided deeper sedation compared with oral midazolam alone. However children treated wuth the combination of midazolam and ketamine required longer recovery

Hypothesis:

Oral ketamine can provide superior sedation to oral midazolam in children requiring sedation for laceration repair.

Conditions:
  • Lacerations


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