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TITLE:

EVALUATION OF ADVERSE EFFECTS OF KETAMINE AND MORPHINE USE IN MANAGING PAIN

AUTHORS:

Dr. Sadaf Jabeen1 , Dr. Muhammad Zeeshan Younis2 , Dr. Huzaifa Saleem3

ABSTRACT:

Aim: We evaluate the adverse effect of ketamine and morphine in pain management in the emergency department. Methods: This randomized clinical trial was conducted in a controlled environment in the Emergency Department Of Services Hospital Lahore for a period of 6 month. The patients were divided into two groups’ ketamine and morphine. Way to assign patients to one of two groups based on the random number table. Patients at zero minutes 0.5 mg per kg ketamine and 0.1 mg per kg of morphine received intravenous slow. Blood pressure, respiration and side effects by two unrelated residents were unaware of the project assessed and recorded. Results: In both groups, nausea was observed in which in ketamine group 14.3 percent and in the morphine group 10.1%. Agitation and hallucinations was observed in the ketamine group. Conclusion: we concluded that Ketamine like morphine dos not have significant complications in the patients and can be considered in these patients for pain management.

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