Teaching intubation skills using newly deceased infants.

@article{Benfield1991TeachingIS,
  title={Teaching intubation skills using newly deceased infants.},
  author={D. Gary Benfield and Richard J. Flaksman and Tsun-Hsin Lin and Anand D. Kantak and Franklin W. Kokomoor and John H. Vollman},
  journal={JAMA},
  year={1991},
  volume={266 12},
  pages={
          1649-51
        }
}
This prospective study was designed to (1) test the hypothesis that the majority of families of newly dead infants in a tertiary neonatal intensive care unit would consent to their infants' being intubated for teaching purposes, (2) determine factors related to family consent, and (3) determine the effects of participation on resident physicians and respiratory therapists. Family consent for intubation was requested following 44 (80%) of the 55 deaths that occurred during the 10-month study… CONTINUE READING
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