Can you see the cords? PowerPoint Presentation

Can you see the cords? PowerPoint Presentation

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RSI in ED . Core competency. Direct laryngoscopy has long been the main stay management of the airway. Advances . in technology . brings increasing . options for video . laryngoscopy. Carlson J, Calvin A. Does the Use of Video Laryngoscopy Improve Intubation Outcomes? A systematic review. Annals of.... ID: 469038

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Can you see the cords?

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RSI in ED

Core competency

Direct laryngoscopy has long been the main stay management of the airway

Advances

in technology

brings increasing

options for video

laryngoscopy

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Carlson J, Calvin A. Does the Use of Video Laryngoscopy Improve Intubation Outcomes? A systematic review. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2014;64;165-6

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11 studies included in the SR

Nearly 1200 patients

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Outcomes considered

M

ean

difference for time to

intubation

I

ntubation

success rate

ratios

I

mprovement

in

glottic

view

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Results

Intubation success

rate showed no statistically significant difference

No

significant

difference in time to intubation

A

n improvement in the

glottic

opening using Video Laryngoscopy

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References

Carlson J, Calvin A. Does

the Use of Video Laryngoscopy Improve Intubation Outcomes

? A systematic review. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2014;64;165-6

Yeatts

DJ, Dutton RP, Hu PF, et al. Effect of

video

laryngoscopy on trauma patient survival: a randomized controlled trial. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2013;75:212-219.

Guyette

FX, Farrell K, Carlson JN, et al. Comparison of video laryngoscopy and direct laryngoscopy in a critical care transport service.

Prehosp

Emerg

Care. 2012;17:149-154.

Lakticova

V, Koenig SJ,

Narasimhan

M,

et al. Video laryngoscopy is associated with increased first pass success and decreased rate of esophageal intubations during urgent endotracheal intubation in a medical intensive care unit when compared to direct laryngoscopy. J Intensive Care Med. 2013.

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