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President's Message

From the Editor


Literature Reviews

Do children with high 
body mass indices have a higher incidence of emesis when undergoing ketamine sedation?

Etomidate for short pediatric procedures in the emergency department

Intranasal fentanyl and
high-concentration inhaled nitrous oxide for procedural sedation: A prospective observational pilot study of adverse events and depth of sedation


News

SPS and Vanderbilt University School of Medicine launch partnership to develop online CME for physicians


Meeting Preview

Looking forward to the 2013 Society for Pediatric Sedation Conference


Topics of Interest

Resident and Fellow Corner


Quality Corner


Recent Topics of Interest

Current Topics for the Pediatric Sedation Nurse


Child Life Corner


Recent Topics of Interest

SPS and Vanderbilt University School of Medicine launch partnership to develop online CME for physicians

Dr. ReynoldsBy Jason Reynolds, MD
Section Editor

The Society for Pediatric Sedation has partnered with Vanderbilt University School of Medicine to develop online CME for physicians. Online CME content is publicly available on both the SPS website and the SPS Blog. However, CME credit is available only to members of the SPS.

If you would like to receive CME credit for this course, and you are not a member of the SPS, please click here to become a member.

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