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Rapid sequence intubation
  1. Stephen Bush1,
  2. Alasdair Gray2,
  3. Alistair Mcgowan3,
  4. Neil Nichol4
  1. 1Specialist Registrar in Accident and Emergency(
  2. 2Consultant in Accident and Emergency
  3. 3Consultant in Accident and Emergency, Accident and Emergency Department, St James's University Hospital, Leeds LS9 7TF
  4. 4Consultant in Accident and Emergency, Ninewells Hospital, Dundee

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    Editor,—All emergency medicine specialists should be competent in rapid sequence intubation (RSI). We thank the authors for their commitment to training this essential skill.1

    The simulator experience with video playback could be an extremely powerful teaching aid for RSI and its potential attendant complications. Currently, only …

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