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Ketamine Clinical Trials

Randomized Controlled Trial of Intranasal Ketamine Compared to Intranasal Fentanyl for Analgesia in Children With Suspected, Isolated Extremity Fractures in the Pediatric Emergency Department

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Id: NCT02521415

Organisation Name: Wake Forest University Health Sciences

Overal Status: Completed

Start Date: December 2015

Last Update: July 26, 2022

Lead Sponsor: Wake Forest University Health Sciences

Brief Summary: This single center, randomized control, double blind trial will prospectively examine the feasibility of intranasal, sub-dissociative (IN) ketamine versus intranasal fentanyl for pain control in the pediatric emergency department setting. The investigators hypothesize that IN ketamine may provide a safe and effective alternative to IN fentanyl for children with suspected, isolated extremity fractures.

Eighty children ages 3-17 years with a suspected, isolated extremity fracture that requires analgesia will be randomized to receive IN ketamine or IN fentanyl upon presentation to the emergency department and will be followed for 2 hours for efficacy and 6 hours for safety.

  • Bone Fracture

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