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Factors associated with first-pass success of emergency endotracheal intubation.

Endotracheal intubation is frequently performed in emergency departments (EDs). First-pass success is important because repeated attempts are associated with poor outcomes. We sought to identify factors associated with first-pass success in emergency endotracheal intubation.
Whei Jung, Joonghee Kim

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Achieving proficiency in rigid bronchoscopy-a study in manikins.

Rigid bronchoscopy may be used to relieve acute airway obstruction following induction of anaesthesia and is a recommended option for management of the difficult airway. The ability of anaesthetists to perform rigid bronchoscopy has not been reported. We sought to explore the acquisition of procedural skill in rigid bronchoscopy by anaesthesiologists in a manikin.
Jonathan Royds, Muiris A Buckley, Mark D Campbell, Grace M Donnelly, Michael F M James, Roisin Ní Mhuircheartaigh, Conan L McCaul

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Avoid the Goose! Paramedic Identification of Esophageal Intubation by Ultrasound.

Rapid identification of esophageal intubations is critical to avoid patient morbidity and mortality. Continuous waveform capnography remains the gold standard for endotracheal tube (ETT) confirmation, but it has limitations. Point-of-care ultrasound (POCUS) may be a useful alternative for confirming ETT placement. The objective of this study was to determine the accuracy of paramedic-performed POCUS identification of esophageal intubations with and without ETT manipulation.
Penelope C Lema, Michael O'Brien, Juliana Wilson, Erika St James, Heather Lindstrom, John DeAngelis, Jennifer Caldwell, Paul May, Brian Clemency

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#23618100   2013/04/24 To Up

Increased incidence of hypotension in elderly patients who underwent emergency airway management: an analysis of a multi-centre prospective observational study.

Although the number of elderly increases disproportionately throughout the industrialised nations and intubation-related cardiovascular compromise is associated with hospital mortality, no emergency medicine literature has reported the direction and magnitude of effect of advanced age on post-intubation hypotension. We seek to determine whether advanced age is associated with an increased rate of hypotension at airway management in emergency departments (EDs).
Kohei Hasegawa, Yusuke Hagiwara, Taichi Imamura, Takuyo Chiba, Hiroko Watase, Calvin A Brown, David Fm Brown

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#23433462   2013/02/25 To Up

Evaluation of airway management associated hands-off time during cardiopulmonary resuscitation: a randomised manikin follow-up study.

Airway management is an important component of cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). Recent guidelines recommend keeping any interruptions of chest compressions as short as possible and not lasting more than 10 seconds. Endotracheal intubation seems to be the ideal method for establishing a secure airway by experienced providers, but emergency medical technicians (EMT) often lack training and practice. For the EMTs supraglottic devices might serve as alternatives.
Christina Gruber, Sabine Nabecker, Philipp Wohlfarth, Anita Ruetzler, Dominik Roth, Oliver Kimberger, Henrik Fischer, Michael Frass, Kurt Ruetzler

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Evaluation of advanced airway management in absolutely inexperienced hands: a randomized manikin trial.

Endotracheal intubation (ETI) and basic ventilation techniques (i.e. mouth-to-mouth/nose, bag-valve-mask ventilation) require skills and training. As an alternative, supraglottic airway devices (SAD) are efficient and technically easy to insert. We therefore evaluated the time to ventilation, success rate, and skill retention for various airway management approaches by medical laypersons using a manikin model.
Georg Goliasch, Anita Ruetzler, Henrik Fischer, Michael Frass, Daniel I Sessler, Kurt Ruetzler

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#21514986   2011/04/06 To Up

Hands-off time during insertion of six airway devices during cardiopulmonary resuscitation: a randomised manikin trial.

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) guidelines recommend limiting interruptions of chest compressions because prolonged hands-off (i.e., non-compression) time compromises tissue perfusion. 2010 European Resuscitation Council guidelines suggest that chest compressions should be paused less than 10 s during airway device insertion.
Kurt Ruetzler, Christina Gruber, Sabine Nabecker, Philipp Wohlfarth, Anita Priemayr, Michael Frass, Oliver Kimberger, Daniel I Sessler, Bernhard Roessler

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A randomized comparison of the GlideScope videolaryngoscope to the standard laryngoscopy for intubation by pediatric residents in simulated easy and difficult infant airway scenarios.

Videolaryngoscopy has been developed mainly to assist difficult airway intubation. However, there is a lack of studies demonstrating the real efficacy of its use in children. In this study, we tested the hypothesis that GlideScope (Verathon Inc, Bothell, Wash) videolaryngoscope improves tracheal intubation when used by pediatric residents in an advanced patient simulation model.
Miguel Fonte, Ignacio Oulego-Erroz, Lindsay Nadkarni, Luis Sánchez-Santos, Antonio Iglesias-Vásquez, Antonio Rodríguez-Núñez

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#21353364   2011/02/24 To Up

Performance and skill retention of intubation by paramedics using seven different airway devices--a manikin study.

Endotracheal intubation (ETI) is the most widespread method for emergency airway management. Several studies reported that ETI requires considerable skill and experience and if performed incorrectly, may result in serious adverse events. Unrecognized tube misplacement or oesophageal intubation is associated with high prehospital morbidity. This study investigates the usability of supraglottic airway devices compared to ETI and the skill retention of 41 previously inexperienced paramedics following training using a manikin model.
Kurt Ruetzler, Bernhard Roessler, Lukasz Potura, Anita Priemayr, Oliver Robak, Ernst Schuster, Michael Frass

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Comparison of the GlideScope Videolaryngoscope to the standard Macintosh for intubation by pediatric residents in simulated child airway scenarios.

Videolaryngoscopy may facilitate tracheal intubation in difficult airway scenarios. Our objective was to compare the ability of residents to intubate a child manikin using the standard Macintosh laryngoscope and the novel GlideScope.
Antonio Rodriguez-Nunez, Ignacio Oulego-Erroz, Laura Perez-Gay, Julio Cortinas-Diaz

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