• If a patient is in pain and states they don’t like taking Advil or can’t take Advil (but no allergy), would it be appropriate to administer Tylenol and Toradol? They are not contraindications of each other.

    Published On: March 21, 2024
  • In the Toradol protocol it simply uses term “current/active bleed” as a contraindication, the companion document provides little clarification as to how this applies to trauma pts as trauma was removed as a contraindication. Would trauma with high index of suspicion for internal bleeding (MVC, Motorcycle accident, fall from height) be a contraindication? Would multisystem trauma pts? Or would the better course of action be to treat their pain? Thanks!

    Published On: September 17, 2021
  • Question: Can you give Ketorolac to a HTN patient (180 systolic)? The PCP directive states Normotension.

    Published On: February 13, 2017