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According to RCEM guidelines, other than the indications mentioned for this patient, give two examples of potential procedures where ketamine can be used for procedural sedation in children in the emergency department (0.5 marks for each correct answer; maximum 1 mark).
According to RCEM guidelines and other than an allergic reaction to ketamine, list two specific contraindications to using ketamine for procedural sedation in children (0.5 marks for each correct answer; maximum 1 mark).
According to RCEM guidelines, list two potential and specific complications of using ketamine for procedural sedation in children. For each complication, state how you would try to resolve the particular complication (0.5 marks for each correct answer; maximum 1 mark).