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Catalina Rodriguez Prada https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6822-2214

Nicolás Felipe Peñaloza Rey https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0586-0715

Jóse Fernando Parra Córdoba https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6758-2987

Atilio Moreno Carillo https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9148-6111

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Resumen

Los pacientes en el departamento de urgencias a menudo necesitan someterse a procedimientos diagnósticos y terapéuticos dolorosos, angustiosos o desagradables como parte de su atención. El uso de varios analgésicos, sedantes y anestésicos se ha descrito en varias guías bien referenciadas. Las diferentes opciones para la administración de sedación en urgencias actualmente permiten que se realice de forma mas efectiva y segura, además de facilitar el llevar a cabo ciertos procedimientos que de otra forma tendrían que requerir anestesia en el quírofano, de esta forma agilizando el manejo de los paciente y disminuyendo el tiempo de estancia intrahospitalaria de los pacientes.

Keywords

Sedación Consciente; Analgesia; Medicina de Emergencia; Servicios Médicos de Urgencias

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Cómo citar
Rodriguez Prada, C., Peñaloza Rey, N. F., Parra Córdoba, J. F., & Moreno Carillo, A. (2021). Sedación para procedimientos en el servicio de urgencias. Universitas Medica, 62(1). https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.umed62-1.seda
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