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The Paper Chase: Ketamine and IOP

Sanjay Arora, MD and Mel Herbert, MD MBBS FAAEM
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Sanjay is joined by Mel for a short look at the latest literature on the use of Ketamine and the potential increase in IOP. Can you use it on patients with eye injuries?

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Pierre M., M.D. -

I enjoy this section and think Sanjay and Mel are great.

However, maybe you should, at least for this paper, rename this section "toilet paper".

The study reviewed is a DOE, looking at "disease oriented outcomes". Just as I don't care about transient elevations in blood pressure in the ED I have no interest in transient elevations in IOP.

:)

Jeffrey A., M.D. -

Since your reviews are short and succinct I think you should name your section Paper Clips. Just my unsolicited opinion. Thanks for the good work.

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