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Friday, February 5, 2016

2015 Airway Articles

Braude D & Norii T - Emergency Medicine News - February 2016; 38 (2): 1,28-29
doi: 10.1097/01.EEM.0000480770.52974.cd
The past year gave us some impressive research that every emergency physician should review to stay on top of the latest trends and techniques in airways, from using delayed sequence intubation and predicting difficult intubations to apneic oxygenation and extraglottic airway devices. These 12 articles are must-reads.
  • Delayed Sequence Intubation: A Prospective Observational Study
  • Prospective Validation of the Modified LEMON Criteria to Predict Difficult Intubation in the ED
  • Randomized Trial of Apneic Oxygenation during Endotracheal Intubation of the Critically Ill
  • Apneic Oxygenation was Associated with Decreased Desaturation Rates during Rapid Sequence Intubation by an Australian Helicopter Emergency Medicine Service
  • Use of High-Flow Nasal Cannula Oxygen Therapy to Prevent Desaturation during Tracheal Intubation of Intensive Care Patients with Mild-to-Moderate Hypoxemia
  • Out-of-Hospital Pediatric Airway Management in the United States
  • Factors Associated with Oxyhemoglobin Desaturation during Rapid Sequence Intubation in a Pediatric Emergency Department: Findings from Multivariable Analyses of Video Review Data
  • Radiographic Evaluation of Carotid Artery Compression in Patients with Extraglottic Airway Devices in Place
  • Techniques, Success, and Adverse Events of Emergency Department Adult Intubations
  • Postintubation Hypotension in Intensive Care Unit Patients: A Multicenter Cohort Study
  • Incidence and Duration of Continuously Measured Oxygen Desaturation during Emergency Department Intubation
  • The C-MAC Video Laryngoscope is Superior to the Direct Laryngoscope for the Rescue of Failed First-Attempt Intubations in the Emergency Department