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Medgeeks Clinical Review Podcast

Oct 30, 2017

Today, we're going to build on our last lecture regarding anterior shoulder dislocations. If you missed it, you can watch that here:

Last week we touched on reducing the shoulder without sedation. But, truth is, there will be times where you will need to sedate the patient to properly reduce the shoulder. Some instances include:

1. The procedure is too painful for the patient
2. Really muscular individuals
3. Patient is too tense to reduce without sedation

So, let's talk about how to safely and effectively sedate your patient.


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