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- paediatric resuscitation
- major incidents
- cardiac care
- acute coronary syndrome
In (patients who require field intubation) does (the use of an end-tidal carbon dioxide indicator) reduce (the number of unrecognised misplaced intubations)?
An 83-year-old restrained female passenger involved in a head-on collision is brought to the ED via helicopter. The ED evaluation reveals an unidentified esophageal intubation. On questioning the helicopter paramedic crew, it is found that a carbon dioxide indicator was not used in the field.
Medline via OVID interface: 1966 to May 2011.
EMBASE 1980 to May 2011 Limit to …
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