Treatment | Priapism

<< Emergency Department Management of Priapism (Pharmacology CME)


After establishing the working diagnosis of ischemic priapism from supporting history and physical examination information, anoxic blood gas analysis, and (possibly) bedside ultrasound demonstrating decreased cavernosal blood flow, a time-sensitive stepwise treatment approach should be employed.

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