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SPECIAL ARTICLE A proposed model for direct A proposed model for direct laryngoscopy and tracheal intubation K. B. Greenland Deputy Director (Research), Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine, Royal Brisbane Senior Lecturer, A

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SPECIAL ARTICLE A proposed model for direct

SPECIAL ARTICLE A proposed model for direct

A proposed model for direct laryngoscopy and tracheal intubation K. B. Greenland Deputy Director (Research), Department of Anaesthesia and Perioperative Medicine, Royal Brisbane & Women’s Hospital, Butterfield St., Herston, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia; Senior Lecturer, Anaesthesiology and Critical Care –

Successful endotracheal intubation following a failed

Successful endotracheal intubation following a failed

 · DL, Direct laryngoscopy; VL, Videolaryngoscopy; VL- D, Videolaryngoscopy, direct view. eight bases around Queensland, Australia. The service under-takes over 6000 retrievals each year, approximately 30% of which are primary (scene) missions and 70% are interhospital transfers. Intubators in this service are physicians (consultants or

Difficult airway algorithms and checklists - Critical Care

Difficult airway algorithms and checklists - Critical Care

One recent ED study showed a 24% incidence of difficult laryngoscopy and a 16% incidence of desaturation. 12 A UK analysis of 164 out-of-theatre intubations revealed a 13% incidence of desaturation, a 21% incidence of significant hypotension and 4 deaths. 13 In an Australian ICU, desaturation occurred in 18% of patients, hypotension in 22%. 14

Video Laryngoscope Market Size & Share | Global Report

Video Laryngoscope Market Size & Share | Global Report

Possession of More Advantages than Direct Laryngoscopy Devices to Surge Demand . The increasing incidence of failure in intubation using a direct laryngoscope often results in severe conditions, including dental damage, laryngeal spasm, bronchospasm, dysrhythmias, cardiac arrest, brain damage, or …

The Shikani Seeing Stylet for difficult intubation in

The Shikani Seeing Stylet for difficult intubation in

Three had been difficult to intubate previously. All were anaesthetized using inhalational anaesthesia. Once an adequate depth of anaesthesia had been achieved, conventional direct laryngoscopy was performed and identified as Grade 3 in six of the patients and Grade 1 in one. Tracheal intubation was then attempted using the Shikani Seeing Stylet.

Direct Laryngoscopy • LITFL Medical Blog • CCC Airway

Direct Laryngoscopy • LITFL Medical Blog • CCC Airway

 · Levitan, RM, The Mystique of Direct Laryngoscopy. Respiratory Care. 2007 Jan;52(1):21-3. PMID: 17194312 [Free Full Text] Levitan RM, Heitz JW, Sweeney M, Cooper RM. The complexities of tracheal intubation with direct laryngoscopy and alternative intubation devices. Ann Emerg Med. 2011 Mar;57(3):240-7. Epub 2010 Jul 31. PMID: 20674088.

Pioneers of Laryngoscopy: Indirect, Direct and Video

Pioneers of Laryngoscopy: Indirect, Direct and Video

Key Words: airway management, laryngoscope, history, laryngoscopy, intubation Airway management is one of the core skills of the anaesthetist, either via facemask ventilation, insertion of a laryngeal mask airway, endotracheal intubation by direct or indirect (video-assisted) laryngoscopy or by use of a …

Successful endotracheal intubation following a failed

Successful endotracheal intubation following a failed

 · DL, Direct laryngoscopy; VL, Videolaryngoscopy; VL- D, Videolaryngoscopy, direct view. eight bases around Queensland, Australia. The service under-takes over 6000 retrievals each year, approximately 30% of which are primary (scene) missions and 70% are interhospital transfers. Intubators in this service are physicians (consultants or

Difficult airway algorithms and checklists - Critical Care

Difficult airway algorithms and checklists - Critical Care

One recent ED study showed a 24% incidence of difficult laryngoscopy and a 16% incidence of desaturation. 12 A UK analysis of 164 out-of-theatre intubations revealed a 13% incidence of desaturation, a 21% incidence of significant hypotension and 4 deaths. 13 In an Australian ICU, desaturation occurred in 18% of patients, hypotension in 22%. 14

The Shikani Seeing Stylet for difficult intubation in

The Shikani Seeing Stylet for difficult intubation in

Three had been difficult to intubate previously. All were anaesthetized using inhalational anaesthesia. Once an adequate depth of anaesthesia had been achieved, conventional direct laryngoscopy was performed and identified as Grade 3 in six of the patients and Grade 1 in one. Tracheal intubation was then attempted using the Shikani Seeing Stylet.

Pioneers of Laryngoscopy: Indirect, Direct and Video

Pioneers of Laryngoscopy: Indirect, Direct and Video

Key Words: airway management, laryngoscope, history, laryngoscopy, intubation Airway management is one of the core skills of the anaesthetist, either via facemask ventilation, insertion of a laryngeal mask airway, endotracheal intubation by direct or indirect (video-assisted) laryngoscopy or by use of a …

Video Laryngoscope Market Size & Share | Global Report

Video Laryngoscope Market Size & Share | Global Report

Possession of More Advantages than Direct Laryngoscopy Devices to Surge Demand . The increasing incidence of failure in intubation using a direct laryngoscope often results in severe conditions, including dental damage, laryngeal spasm, bronchospasm, dysrhythmias, cardiac arrest, brain damage, or …

Intubation Practices and Adverse Peri-intubation Events in

Intubation Practices and Adverse Peri-intubation Events in

Key Points. Question Among critically ill patients undergoing tracheal intubation worldwide, how common are major adverse events during the peri-intubation period?. Findings In this prospective observational study that included 2964 patients from 197 sites across 29 countries from October 2018 to July 2019, at least one major clinical event occurred after intubation in 45.2% of patients .

The Legacy of Airway Cam - Direct Laryngoscopy Video

The Legacy of Airway Cam - Direct Laryngoscopy Video

The Airway Cam imaging system was invented by Dr. Levitan in 1994 when he was an emergency medicine resident at Bellevue Hospital in NYC. Recognizing the challenges of skill acquisition and the lack of imaging, he developed a means of displaying direct laryngoscopy as seen by the operator.

Difficult intubation and extubation in adult anaesthesia

Difficult intubation and extubation in adult anaesthesia

 · Expected difficult tracheal intubation: a prospective comparison of direct laryngoscopy and video laryngoscopy in 200 patients Br J Anaesth , 102 ( 2009 ) , pp. 546 - 550 Article Download PDF CrossRef View Record in Scopus Google Scholar

Definition and Incidence of the Difficult Airway

Definition and Incidence of the Difficult Airway

The appearance of the laryngeal inlet on direct laryngoscopy is best described by the Cormack and Lehane grade of laryngeal view. 12 Difficult laryngoscopy is most commonly defined as presence of a grade 3 or 4 view on laryngoscopy. 6, 7 Several maneuvers have been shown to improve the laryngeal view on laryngoscopy, but in general, poorer .

Tracheal intubation in traumatic brain injury: a

Tracheal intubation in traumatic brain injury: a

 · The burden of traumatic brain injury (TBI) is high: it is a leading cause of injury-related death and disability. 1 TBI is estimated to be responsible for 287.2 hospital admissions and 11.7 deaths per 100 000 persons per year in Europe. 2 Mortality rates are higher for moderate and severe TBIs compared with mild TBIs. Although the primary injury arising at the time of impact cannot be .

Airway Management in the Emergency Department (The

Airway Management in the Emergency Department (The

 · Direct laryngoscopy and video laryngoscopy was used in 69.9% (n = 94) and 30.1% (n = 40), respectively. Overall, the needed mean number of intubation attempts in the direct (macintosh blade) and video laryngoscopy (macintosh-like blade) group with 1.2 ± 0.5 vs. 1.2 ± 0.4 were comparable (p = 0.887).

Video laryngoscopy • LITFL Medical Blog • CCC Airway

Video laryngoscopy • LITFL Medical Blog • CCC Airway

 · Cheyne DR, Doyle P. Advances in laryngoscopy: rigid indirect laryngoscopy. F1000 Med Rep. 2010 Aug 19;2:61. PMC2990653. Griesdale DE, Liu D, McKinney J, Choi PT. Glidescope® video-laryngoscopy versus direct laryngoscopy for endotracheal intubation: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Can J Anaesth. 2012 Jan;59(1):41-52. PMC3246588. Hurford WE.

Quality Corner: Video Laryngoscopy | EMS World

Quality Corner: Video Laryngoscopy | EMS World

The biggest difference between direct and video laryngoscopy is exactly what the terminology implies; conventional laryngoscopy with a curved or straight blade creates a direct line of sight from .

Aspiration during anaesthesia: a review of 133 cases from

Aspiration during anaesthesia: a review of 133 cases from

Induction problems can be compounded by airway difficulties and/or inadequate anaesthesia. Difficulty with intubation can be predicted in only around two‐thirds of cases and regurgitation has been reported to occur in up to 7% of these . Aspiration can also occur despite cricoid pressure being applied, or resulting from its premature release.