Complications of emergency tracheal intubation: hemodynamic alterations--part I.

  title={Complications of emergency tracheal intubation: hemodynamic alterations--part I.},
  author={Thomas C Mort},
  journal={Journal of intensive care medicine},
  volume={22 3},
  • Thomas C Mort
  • Published 2007 in Journal of intensive care medicine
Emergency airway management outside the elective operating room presents considerable risks to the patient and significant challenges to the practitioner. Complications and adverse consequences are commonplace, yet they have not received their justified discussion or scrutiny in the literature. This review will discuss potentially life-threatening complications partitioned into 2 broad categories: hemodynamic and airway. Part 1 will focus on alterations in the heart rate and blood pressure, new… CONTINUE READING
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