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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: 469038Embed code:
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Can you see the cords?Slide2
RSI in ED
Direct laryngoscopy has long been the main stay management of the airway
options for video
Carlson J, Calvin A. Does the Use of Video Laryngoscopy Improve Intubation Outcomes? A systematic review. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 2014;64;165-6Slide4
11 studies included in the SR
Nearly 1200 patientsSlide5
difference for time to
rate showed no statistically significant difference
difference in time to intubation
n improvement in the
opening using Video LaryngoscopySlide7
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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