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using of ketamine in head trauma in pediatric

P J Schweich, K M Smith, M D Dowd, E I Walkley
OBJECTIVE: To determine whether differences exist between general emergency physicians (GEMs) and pediatric emergency physicians (PEMs) in the emergency care of children with common pediatric emergencies. METHODS: We carried out a survey study of all members of the American Academy of Pediatrics Section of Emergency Medicine and the Washington State American College of Emergency Physicians. We identified current therapeutic interventions for croup, asthma, bronchiolitis, seizures, febrile infant, conscious sedation, head trauma, and coin ingestion, and compared the practice patterns of GEMs and PEMs...
April 1998: Pediatric Emergency Care
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