Ketamine Use for Tracheal Intubation in Critically Ill Children Is Associated with a Lower Occurrence of Adverse Hemodynamic Events

J. Arden Conway, Priyanka Kharayat, Ronald C. Sanders, Sholeen Nett, Scott L. Weiss, Lauren R. Edwards, Ryan Breuer, Aileen Kirby, Conrad Krawiec, Christopher Page-Goertz, Lee Polikoff, David A. Turner, Justine Shults, John S. Giuliano, Alberto Orioles, Sylvain Balkandier, Guillaume Emeriaud, Kyle J. Rehder, Joel Lim Kian Boon, Asha ShenoiPaula Vanderford, Gabrielle Nuthall, Anthony Lee, Jonida Zeqo, Simon J. Parsons, Jamie Furlong-Dillard, Keith Meyer, Ilana Harwayne-Gidansky, Philipp Jung, Michelle Adu-Darko, G. Kris Bysani, Melissa A. McCarthy, Mark Shlomovich, Iris Toedt-Pingel, Aline Branca, Maria Christina Esperanza, Awni M. Al-Subu, Matthew Pinto, Sarah Tallent, Rakshay Shetty, Sujatha Thyagarajan, Takanari Ikeyama, Keiko M. Tarquinio, Peter Skippen, Mioko Kasagi, Joy D. Howell, Vinay M. Nadkarni, Akira Nishisaki

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