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Opening Cases & Conclusions

Opening Cases

It is the beginning of another Saturday night shift, and as you walk in, you see security and the outgoing attending wrestling a large 20-something-year-old man to the bed. He is yelling about a government conspiracy and his right to freedom of speech. A nurse injects medicine into his left deltoid. You are looking forward to the sign-out on this gentleman and wonder what he was injected with and whether there was another way to manage him.

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