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Paper Chase #1 | Effect of Prophylactic Anticholinergic Meds to Decrease EPS

Nate Finnerty, MD and Brett Ebeling, MD
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Prophylactic diphenhydramine reduces extrapyramidal symptoms in patients receiving bolus antiemetic therapy with a dopamine D2 antagonist effect, but not when it is given as an infusion.

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