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EMTs can safely give nasal fentanyl

from MedPage Today

Out-of-hospital administration of intranasal fentanyl by ambulance workers was safe and effective at reducing pain, researchers found. A Danish study of children and adults with an orthopedic condition, abdominal pain, or acute coronary syndrome and who were not effectively treated with nitroglycerin spray showed treatment with intranasal fentanyl was associated with mild adverse events in four per cent of patients, according to Morten Hansen, MD, of Copenhagen University Hospital in Denmark, and colleagues. more


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