Course Credit: 1 hours
- Identify medications commonly used for procedural sedation in the emergency department.
- Compare and contrast the pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties of common medications utilized for procedural sedation in the emergency department.
- Identify and treat adverse effects and complications associated with procedural sedation in the emergency department.
- Identify the most common drug-drug or disease-drug interactions that may occur during procedural sedation.
- Utilize case-based scenarios to design optimal medication regimens for procedural sedation in the emergency department.
|Author||Zlatan Coralic, PharmD, BCPS|
|Emergency Medicine Pharmacist, Assistant Clinical Professor, University of California San Francisco|
|Author||Nadia I. Awad, PharmD, BCPS|
|Emergency Medicine Pharmacist, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital|
|Expert Reviewer||Elizabeth Temin, MD, MPH||Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital|
|Course Editor: Mike O’Brien, PharmD||Emergency Medicine Pharmacist, Massachusetts General Hospital||@mikeEMpharmD|
|Course Editor: Sarah Grzybinski, PA-C||Emergency Medicine Physician’s Assistant, Massachusetts General Hospital|
|Instructional Design Editor: Emily Small, PharmD||Emergency Medicine Pharmacist||@pharmdEMily|
|Lead Editor: Bryan Hayes, PharmD, FAACT, FASHP||Clinical Pharmacy Manager, Massachusetts General Hospital||@PharmERToxGuy|