An observational study of paediatric pre-hospital intubation and anaesthesia in 1933 children attended by a physician-led, pre-hospital trauma service.

@article{Nevin2014AnOS,
  title={An observational study of paediatric pre-hospital intubation and anaesthesia in 1933 children attended by a physician-led, pre-hospital trauma service.},
  author={Daniel G Nevin and Sharone Green and Anne Elizabeth Weaver and David J Lockey},
  journal={Resuscitation},
  year={2014},
  volume={85 2},
  pages={189-95}
}
INTRODUCTION Trauma accounts for 16-44% of childhood deaths. The number of severely injured children who require pre-hospital advanced airway intervention is thought to be small but there is little published data detailing the epidemiology of these interventions. This study was designed to evaluate the children who received pre-hospital intubation (with or without anaesthesia) in a high volume, physician-led, pre-hospital trauma service and the circumstances surrounding the intervention… CONTINUE READING
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