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Guidelines for difficult airway equipment in emergency departments

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It is recognised that intubations in the resuscitation rooms of emergency departments (ED) are often less straightforward than those done in the anaesthetic room of a theatre suite.1 These patients often require immediate airway intervention in suboptimal conditions by non-anaesthetists.2

A survey of UK ED was conducted to find out the provision of emergency airway …

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