May - 2012
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Tracheal intubation in the critically ill: a multi-centre national study of practice and complications
BJA, 2012, 108 (5): 792-799. doi: 10.1093/bja/aer504
This 4- month prospective study of 22/24 ICU's in Scotland, described airway complications in 877 intubations performed by critical care doctors of 2260 intubations performed....
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|I wonder what the results would have been elsewhere. I've noticed that anaesthetics exposure to intubating really really sick people is less than it used to be - I suspect EDologists and perhaps ICU docs are better at this than their anaesthetic cousins.|
|James O'Connor-31 May, 2012 08:38:13 AM|