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We read with interest the paper by Vardy et al on the audit of the safety and effectiveness of ketamine for procedural sedation in the emergency department.1 A point of concern was that 77% of patients in their sample received propofol, midazolam or ketamine at a dose that depressed their conscious level such that they were unresponsive to verbal …
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