2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science

@inproceedings{Field20102010AH,
  title={2010 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science},
  author={John M. Field and Mary Fran Hazinski and Michael R Sayre and Leon Chameides and Stephen M. Schexnayder and Robin Hemphill and Ricardo A. Samson and John Kattwinkel and Robert A. Berg and Farhan Bhanji and Diana Cave and Edward C. Jauch and Peter J. Kudenchuk and Robert William Neumar and Jeffrey M Perlman and Elizabeth H. Sinz and Andrew H. Travers and M Smit-van den Berg and John Eugene Billi and Brian Eigel and Robert W. Hickey and Monica Kleinman and Mark S Link and Laurie J. Morrison and Michael Shuster and Clifton W. Callaway and Brett L. Cucchiara and Jeffrey D Ferguson and Thomas D. Rea and Terry L. Vanden Hoek and D. Lanette Atkins and William H. Montgomery and Ian Jacobs and Vinay M. Nadkarni and P. Morley and Tanya I. Semenko and G{\'e}rald Kierzek and Douglas Diekema and Scott M. Silvers and Ahamed Idris and Mary Elizabeth Mancini},
  year={2010}
}
Ventilation With an Endotracheal Tube Endotracheal intubation in infants and children requires special training because the pediatric airway anatomy differs from that of the adult. The likelihood of successful endotracheal tube placement with minimal complications is related to the length of training, supervised experience in the operating room and in the field, 64,65 adequate ongoing experience, 66 and use of rapid sequence intubation (RSI). 67,68 

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