Emergency airway for difficult intubations

February 2010
Same-Day Surgery;Feb2010, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p22
Academic Journal
The article discusses research showing that a hospital program designed to help surgeons quickly identify and treat patients in which there is a high likelihood of having difficulty during intubation, helps prevent the need for high-risk emergency airway surgery.


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