–Medications in Emergency Medicine–
EMDRUGS is an ongoing project aimed at providing a unique tool about drugs used in the emergency department that delivers answers in their indications, dosages, preparations, literature evidence reviews and more.
All the content is written and edited by emergency physicians specialists, with the cooperation of other related health care professionals.
This venture is intended to be a point of care tool for emergency physicians and residents, clinical pharmacologists, general practitioners, physician assistants, nurse practitioners, among other personnel that provide emergency healthcare.
Content included (but not limited to):
Induction and neuromuscular blocking agents
Pain pharmacotherapy / Procedural sedation
Corticosteroids in the ED
Biological products and immunization in the ED
Toxicology principles, decontamination and antidotes
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CORE CONTENT ABOUT COMMON CRITICAL CARE DRUGS
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Links of interest:
ISMP - Institute for Safe Medication Practices
WHO - World Health Organization Model List of Essential Medicines 2021
US FDA - Approved Drugs Orange Book 2023
EMA - European Medicines Agency - Medicines Information
ACEP - American College of Emergency Physicians - Clinical Policies
AAEM - American Academy of Emergency Medicine - Clinical Practice Statements
CAEP - Canadian Association of Emergency Physicians - Clinical Practice Guidelines
EUSEM - European Society for Emergency Medicine - Guidelines for the management of acute pain in emergency situations 2020
RCEM - The Royal College of Emergency Medicine - Clinical Guidance
ASHP - American Society of Health-System Pharmacists - Guidelines on Emergency Medicine Pharmacist Services
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