Look for the Return of Droperidol

Droperidol will make its way BACK into many hospitals.

For decades, this injectable med was widely used to treat nausea and vomiting...headache...and agitation.

But it fell out of favor after FDA added a boxed warning about risks for QT prolongation and deadly heart arrhythmias in 2001.

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