Learning neonatal intubation with a video laryngoscope
|dc.description.abstract||Although increasing used in adult and paediatric population, the use of video laryngoscopy in a neonatal setting has not been extensively researched. This article describes a study showing that intubation of a manikin head by medical students is more successful using video assisted technology than traditional direct vision. Subsequent intubations were re-assessed to see whether students who had previously used video larygoscopy were less likely to succeed at intubation using direct view.|
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|dc.title||Learning neonatal intubation with a video laryngoscope|
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