Procedural Sedation

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Course Credit: 1 hours

Learning Objectives

  1. Identify medications commonly used for procedural sedation in the emergency department.
  2. Compare and contrast the pharmacodynamic and pharmacokinetic properties of common medications utilized for procedural sedation in the emergency department.
  3. Identify and treat adverse effects and complications associated with procedural sedation in the emergency department.
  4. Identify the most common drug-drug or disease-drug interactions that may occur during procedural sedation.
  5. Utilize case-based scenarios to design optimal medication regimens for procedural sedation in the emergency department.
RoleTeam MemberBackground
AuthorZlatan Coralic, PharmD, BCPS
@ZEDPharm
Emergency Medicine Pharmacist, Assistant Clinical Professor, University of California San Francisco
AuthorNadia I. Awad, PharmD, BCPS
@Nadia_EMPharmD
Emergency Medicine Pharmacist, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital
Expert ReviewerElizabeth Temin, MD, MPHAssociate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Harvard Medical School, Massachusetts General Hospital
EditorsAffiliationTwitter
Course Editor: Mike O’Brien, PharmDEmergency Medicine Pharmacist, Massachusetts General Hospital@mikeEMpharmD
Course Editor: Sarah Grzybinski, PA-CEmergency Medicine Physician’s Assistant, Massachusetts General Hospital
Instructional Design Editor: Emily Small, PharmDEmergency Medicine Pharmacist@pharmdEMily
Lead Editor: Bryan Hayes, PharmD, FAACT, FASHPClinical Pharmacy Manager, Massachusetts General Hospital@PharmERToxGuy

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