Unscheduled Procedural Sedation: A Multidisciplinary Consensus Practice Guideline

Steven M. Green, Mark G Roback, Baruch S. Krauss, James R Miner, Sandra Schneider, Paul D. Kivela, Lewis S. Nelson, Corrie E. Chumpitazi, John D. Fisher, Dan Gesek, Benjamin Jackson, Pradip Kamat, Terry Kowalenko, Brandon Lewis, Michele Papo, Don Phillips, Sonny Ruff, Daniel Runde, Thomas Tobin, Nathan VafaieJohn Vargo, Eric Walser, Donald M. Yealy, Robert E. O'Connor

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Abstract

The American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) organized a multidisciplinary effort to create a clinical practice guideline specific to unscheduled, time-sensitive procedural sedation, which differs in important ways from scheduled, elective procedural sedation. The purpose of this guideline is to serve as a resource for practitioners who perform unscheduled procedural sedation regardless of location or patient age. This document outlines the underlying background and rationale, and issues relating to staffing, practice, and quality improvement.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)e51-e65
JournalAnnals of Emergency Medicine
Volume73
Issue number5
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StatePublished - May 1 2019

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Unscheduled Procedural Sedation : A Multidisciplinary Consensus Practice Guideline. / Green, Steven M.; Roback, Mark G; Krauss, Baruch S.; Miner, James R; Schneider, Sandra; Kivela, Paul D.; Nelson, Lewis S.; Chumpitazi, Corrie E.; Fisher, John D.; Gesek, Dan; Jackson, Benjamin; Kamat, Pradip; Kowalenko, Terry; Lewis, Brandon; Papo, Michele; Phillips, Don; Ruff, Sonny; Runde, Daniel; Tobin, Thomas; Vafaie, Nathan; Vargo, John; Walser, Eric; Yealy, Donald M.; O'Connor, Robert E.

In: Annals of Emergency Medicine, Vol. 73, No. 5, 01.05.2019, p. e51-e65.

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Green, SM, Roback, MG, Krauss, BS, Miner, JR, Schneider, S, Kivela, PD, Nelson, LS, Chumpitazi, CE, Fisher, JD, Gesek, D, Jackson, B, Kamat, P, Kowalenko, T, Lewis, B, Papo, M, Phillips, D, Ruff, S, Runde, D, Tobin, T, Vafaie, N, Vargo, J, Walser, E, Yealy, DM & O'Connor, RE 2019, 'Unscheduled Procedural Sedation: A Multidisciplinary Consensus Practice Guideline', Annals of Emergency Medicine, vol. 73, no. 5, pp. e51-e65. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.annemergmed.2019.02.022
Green, Steven M. ; Roback, Mark G ; Krauss, Baruch S. ; Miner, James R ; Schneider, Sandra ; Kivela, Paul D. ; Nelson, Lewis S. ; Chumpitazi, Corrie E. ; Fisher, John D. ; Gesek, Dan ; Jackson, Benjamin ; Kamat, Pradip ; Kowalenko, Terry ; Lewis, Brandon ; Papo, Michele ; Phillips, Don ; Ruff, Sonny ; Runde, Daniel ; Tobin, Thomas ; Vafaie, Nathan ; Vargo, John ; Walser, Eric ; Yealy, Donald M. ; O'Connor, Robert E. / Unscheduled Procedural Sedation : A Multidisciplinary Consensus Practice Guideline. In: Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2019 ; Vol. 73, No. 5. pp. e51-e65.
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