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Research & Reviews  124 results

The Antioxidant Effect of Selenium on Succinylcholine-related Myalgia After Adult Sinus...
Pain Physician; Mostafa MF, Osman EA et. al.

Sep 24th, 2021 - Succinylcholine has a fast onset, short duration of action, and is considered the choice for rapid sequence intubation. However, it produces muscle stiffness and postoperative myalgia (POM) as adverse effects. We hypothesized that the antioxidant ...

Improving first-pass success rates during emergency intubation at an academic emergency...
International Journal for Quality in Health Care : Journa... Bakhsh A, Alharbi A et. al.

Sep 9th, 2021 - Airway management is a high-stakes procedure in emergency medicine. Continuously monitoring this procedure allows performance improvement while revealing safety issues. We instituted a quality improvement initiative in the emergency department to ...

A retrospective data analysis on the induction medications used in trauma rapid sequenc...
European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery : Offici... Kuza CM, To J et. al.

Aug 7th, 2021 - Rapid sequence intubation (RSI) in trauma patients is common; however, the induction agents used have been debated. We determined which induction medications were used most frequently for adult trauma RSIs and their associations with hemodynamics ...

Temporal changes in blood pressure following prehospital rapid sequence intubation.
Emergency Medicine Journal : EMJ; Fouche PF, Meadley B et. al.

Jul 18th, 2021 - Rapid Sequence intubation (RSI) is an airway procedure that uses sedative and paralytic drugs to facilitate endotracheal intubation. It is known that RSI could impact blood pressure in the peri-intubation period. However, little is known about blo...

Incidence of Bradycardia and the Use of Atropine in Pediatric Rapid Sequence Intubation...
Pediatric Emergency Care; Kovacich NJ, Nelson AC et. al.

May 20th, 2021 - Bradycardia during rapid sequence intubation (RSI) is an uncommon but serious adverse effect encountered in pediatric intubations. Atropine has historically been used in the pediatric population as RSI premedication to prevent bradycardia, especia...

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Guidelines  1 results

Emergency tracheal intubation immediately following traumatic injury: an Eastern Associ...
The Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery; Mayglothling J, Duane TM et. al.

Nov 9th, 2012 - The ABCs of trauma resuscitation begin with the airway evaluation, and effective airway management is imperative in the care of a patient with critical injury. The Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma Practice Management Guidelines commit...

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News  10 results

COVID-19–Related Airway Management Clinical Practice Guidelines (SIAARTI/EAMS, 2020)

Apr 7th, 2020 - In March 2020, the Società Italiana di Anestesia Analgesia Rianimazione e Terapia Intensiva (SIAARTI) Airway Research Group and the European Airway Management Society released coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) recommendations that included guida...

Biologics. NetWork name change. Rapid sequence intubation. Competitive bidding. Genomic classifier.

Jul 11th, 2019 - Interstitial and diffuse lung disease New genomic classifier A confident diagnosis of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF) relies on the radiographic pattern of usual interstitial pneumonitis (UIP), although in some cases, histologic confirmation i.

The Use of Bolus-Dose Vasopressors in the Emergency Department

Mar 27th, 2018 - Indications Both epinephrine and phenylephrine can be considered in the management of significant transient or sustained hypoperfusion. Although the definition of significant hypotension is complex, Brunauer et al6 have suggested that a mean arter.

An EM Pharmacist: What Every ED Should Have

Dec 2nd, 2014 - Action Points The emergency department is one of the highest risk areas of any institution, and both the fast-paced environment and high patient volume and acuity contribute to this phenomenon. Given the unique issues surrounding medications in th...

Using Etomidate in Patients With Suspected Sepsis Does Not Increase LOS

Sep 24th, 2010 - September 24, 2010 — In a prospective, randomized study, patients with suspected sepsis who received a bolus of etomidate before rapid sequence intubation spent no more time in the hospital than similar patients who received a bolus of midazolam. ...

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