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Psychopharmacology in the ER

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    One of the most frightening emergency situations that medical personnel must confront is the acutely agitated patient. The combination of high acuity, risk of injury to staff and diagnostic uncertainty makes this a potentially dangerous situation. How can we best treat these patients quickly and safely? Host Dr. Leslie Lundt is joined by Dr. Michael Jibson of the University of Michigan. They review the management of acute agitation in an emergency setting.

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    One of the most frightening emergency situations that medical personnel must confront is the acutely agitated patient. The combination of high acuity, risk of injury to staff and diagnostic uncertainty makes this a potentially dangerous situation. How can we best treat these patients quickly and safely? Host Dr. Leslie Lundt is joined by Dr. Michael Jibson of the University of Michigan. They review the management of acute agitation in an emergency setting.

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