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martes, 27 de febrero de 2018

Intubation in critically ill

First10EM - By Justin Morgenstern - February 26, 2018
"Just as I set the last blog post in the airway series to post, a fantastic guideline was published on intubation in critically ill adult patients. It covers most of the content I tried to cover in those posts, and probably does a much better job. I recommend that everyone take the time to read it. I have already covered a lot of this information in the airway series, but as a way of reinforcing the lessons from those posts, I thought I would go through my personal takeaways from this document.
Higgs A, McGrath BA, Goddard C. Guidelines for the management of tracheal intubation in critically ill adults. British journal of anaesthesia. 2018; 120(2):323-352. PMID: 29406182 [free full text]"