In a study conducted at two academic medical centers, records showed that of 71,570 intubations 2,004 used Glidescope for airway management. Success rates and complications were documented in these Glidescope intubations. The overall success rate for Glidescope intubations was 97%.…
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Mild hypothermia is standard of care for comatose survivors after cardiac arrest.  Now there is new evidence that survivors of PEA arrest do better neurologically compared with survivors of VF/VT arrests.  A retrospective, single-center study shows comatose survivors with shockable…
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