The use of inhaled nitrous oxide for analgesia in adult ED patients: a pilot study.

Abstract

BACKGROUND Oligoanalgesia challenges emergency department (ED) health care providers and remains an area of patient dissatisfaction. Nitrous oxide (NO) is a safe, quick-acting, and well-tolerated sedative agent with analgesic and anxiolytic properties that make it ideal for ED use. OBJECTIVES We seek to test the effectiveness of a self-administered and… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.ajem.2015.10.038

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@article{Herres2016TheUO, title={The use of inhaled nitrous oxide for analgesia in adult ED patients: a pilot study.}, author={Joseph P Herres and Carl R Chudnofsky and Rashmi Manur and Kathia Damiron and Kenneth Deitch}, journal={The American journal of emergency medicine}, year={2016}, volume={34 2}, pages={269-73} }