Several recent criminal and civil lawsuits involving EMS providers have pushed prehospital ketamine administration into the limelight. With policy and practice under critical review, EMS, fire and law enforcement agencies must collaborate to improve outcomes during behavioral emergencies involving the need for de-escalation and possible sedation. Join a panel of experts to learn what public safety agencies can do to mitigate the risk involved with prehospital ketamine administration in patients requiring restraint. You’ll Learn:
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