Ketorolac – Toradol

Ketorolac/Toradol

The number of attempts remaining is 4

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If a patient is taking Xarelto (or similar drug) they can still receive Ketorolac

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If a patient is allergic to acetaminophen they are not able to receive Ketorolac

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If a patient has an open fracture they can still receive Ketorolac

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If a patient is allergic to Ibuprofen they can receive Ketorolac without worry

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There is minimal risk giving Ketorolac to a patient who suspects they might be pregnant

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Most NSAIDs are metabolized in the liver.

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The ALS provider can obtain a BHPO to get permission to administer Ketorolac to other body areas than the back, abdomen, and extremities

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If the patient still requires additional pain medications after Ketorolac, the amount of an opioid usually is reduced

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If there is an adverse outcome after administering Ketorolac the ALS provider should immediately notify their supervisor and the receiving facility

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Ketorolac can be used for extremity trauma only

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There is no lower age limit for pediatric patients receiving Ketorolac

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The maximum dose for pediatric patients receiving Ketorolac is 15 mg IV or IM

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The upper age limit for patients in whom the provider wants to administer Ketorolac is 70 years of age

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It is safe to administer Ketorolac to patients in the prehospital arena that have a history of renal disease or kidney transplant

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