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  • A comparison of airway management devices in simulated entrapment-trauma: a prospective manikin study. [Journal Article]
    Int J Emerg Med 2019; 12(1):15Pap R, van Loggerenberg C
  • CONCLUSIONS: The LMA Supreme took the least amount of time and was the easiest to be inserted. Extraglottic airway devices may be beneficial alternative airway management devices to be considered by paramedics in the entrapped patient. Endotracheal intubation using the Macintosh laryngoscope was performed competently by participating paramedics. The Airtraq enabled superior laryngoscopy but resulted in poorer first-pass success rate.
  • Advances in Emergent Airway Management in Pediatrics. [Review]
    Emerg Med Clin North Am 2019; 37(3):473-491Miller KA, Nagler J
  • Airway management is the cornerstone to resuscitation efforts for many critically ill pediatric patients presenting for emergency care. Pediatric endotracheal intubation is uncommon in emergency medicine, making it challenging to maintain comfort with this critical procedure. This article offers strategies to facilitate pediatric airway management by addressing predictable anatomic and physiologi…
  • Adjustable Pressure Limit Valve Failure During Intraoperative Care: A Case Report. [Journal Article]
    A A Pract 2019; 13(7):257-259D'Mello AJ, Raman VT, Tobias JD
  • One of the many safety features of modern day anesthesia machines is the adjustable pressure limiting (APL) valve. This device regulates pressure within the anesthesia circuit during manual ventilation with the anesthesia bag. We report an unusual case where a crack in the APL valve allowed release of pressure from within the circuit resulting in ineffective bag-valve-mask ventilation of an infan…
  • Respiratory Care of Patients With Neuromuscular Disease. [Journal Article]
    Respir Care 2019; 64(6):679-688Benditt JO
  • Neuromuscular diseases are a heterogeneous group of neurologic diseases that affect a number of neural structures including the motor nerves, neuromuscular junctions, or the muscles themselves. Although many of the diseases are rare, the total number of individuals who present to a pulmonologist or respiratory care provider is significant. Approaches to care include regular and careful clinical f…
  • Autoerotic asphyxia using a plastic bag loosely covering the head over a gas mask. [Journal Article]
    Leg Med (Tokyo) 2019; 38:69-72Idota N, Nakamura M, … Ikegaya H
  • Autoerotic death is defined as the accidental death of an individual while masturbating, caused by a device or material used to enhance the sexual response. Here we report an autopsy case of autoerotic death and review the literature. A healthy, single, 33-year-old Japanese male was found dead in his room in a prone position. He was wearing a used gas mask and a plastic bag over his head; the ope…
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