Complications of emergency tracheal intubation: immediate airway-related consequences: part II.

@article{Mort2007ComplicationsOE,
  title={Complications of emergency tracheal intubation: immediate airway-related consequences: part II.},
  author={Thomas C Mort},
  journal={Journal of intensive care medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={208-15}
}
  • Thomas C Mort
  • Published 2007 in Journal of intensive care medicine
Airway management in the stable, elective operating room patient is typically exceptionally safe. Conversely, the acute deterioration of an intensive care unit or floor patient being rescued by a clinician unfamiliar with the patient's past and current history combined with an incomplete physical examination places the critically ill patient in a precarious, potentially life-threatening position. Emergency airway management in remote locations outside the confines of the operating room is… CONTINUE READING

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