Laryngoscopic IntubationLearning and Performance

@inproceedings{Mulcaster2002LaryngoscopicIA,
  title={Laryngoscopic IntubationLearning and Performance},
  author={Julian T. Mulcaster and Orlando R Hung and David Imrie},
  year={2002}
}
Background: Many healthcare professionals are trained in direct laryngoscopic tracheal intubation (LEI), which is a potentially lifesaving procedure. This study attempts to determine the number of successful LEI exposures required during training to assure competent performance, with special emphasis on defining competence itself. Methods: Analyses were based on a longitudinal study of novices under training conditions in the operating room. The progress of 438 LEIs performed by the 20… CONTINUE READING
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