Evaluating supraglottic airway laryngopharyngeal tube as a practical device for blind endotracheal intubation by non-experienced personnel in dummies. Aceptado el 24 de marzo de On-line el 20 de mayo de Introduction: One of the key objectives in the pre-hospital environment is to control and secure the airway.
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Objectives: To compare the efficacy and safety of endotracheal intubation ETI in a simulated clinical environment in motion vs a motionless one.
Material and methods: Clinical simulation trial of ETI with 3 endotracheal tubes Airtraq, Fast-trach, Macintosh laryngoscope in mannequins with realistic physiological responses MetiMan in 2 scenarios: an environment in motion vs a motionless one. Thirty-six physicians expert in prehospital ETI participated. Outcome variables were successful intubation, effective intubation, number of attempts, maximum apnea time, and total maneuver time.
Results: No statistically significant differences between the 2 scenarios were found in the numbers of successful ETI motionless, 71 [ Likewise, the number of attempts were similar motionless, 91 [ Nor did we see differences in the mean SD maximum apnea times motionless, The prevalences of bradycardia, tachycardia, high or low systolic blood pressure, hypoxemia, placements in the esophagus or bronchus, and dental trauma also did not differ significantly between the 2 scenarios.
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Full-text links Cite Favorites. Abstract in English , Spanish. Comment in [Can we intubate while the ambulance is moving? Cone DC. PMID: Spanish. No abstract available. Similar articles Variables associated with successful intubation attempts using video laryngoscopy: a preliminary report in a helicopter emergency medical service.
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Bernhard M, et al. PMID: Review. Simulation technique for difficult intubation: teaching tool or new hazard? Goldberg JS, et al. J Clin Anesth. Show more similar articles See all similar articles. Cited by 1 article Standardised data reporting from pre-hospital advanced airway management - a nominal group technique update of the Utstein-style airway template.
Sunde GA, et al. MeSH terms Adult Actions. Female Actions. Humans Actions. Laryngoscopes Actions. Male Actions. Manikins Actions. Middle Aged Actions. Motion Actions. Physicians Actions. Simulation Training Actions. Full-text links [x] Grupo Saned. Copy Download.
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Objectives: To compare the efficacy and safety of endotracheal intubation ETI in a simulated clinical environment in motion vs a motionless one. Material and methods: Clinical simulation trial of ETI with 3 endotracheal tubes Airtraq, Fast-trach, Macintosh laryngoscope in mannequins with realistic physiological responses MetiMan in 2 scenarios: an environment in motion vs a motionless one. Thirty-six physicians expert in prehospital ETI participated. Outcome variables were successful intubation, effective intubation, number of attempts, maximum apnea time, and total maneuver time.
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