Do Avoid Unnecessary Procedure in A Trauma Patient? A Case Report

Mehdi Torabi

Volume 10, Issue 2 , April 2022, , Pages 92-94

  Endotracheal intubation is more commonly performed in the right main bronchus; however, it may rarely be performed in the left side. A 52-years-old man was brought to the emergency department by emergency medical services (EMS) after multiple trauma injury. There was a decrease in the right lung’s ...  Read More

Direct Versus Video Laryngoscopy in Emergency Intubation: A Randomized Control Trial Study

Pitsucha Sanguanwit; Chaiyaporn Yuksen; Nishapa Laowattana

Volume 9, Issue 3 , July 2021, , Pages 118-124

  Objective: To compare the intubation success rate of the first attempt between Video Laryngoscopy (VDL) and Direct Laryngoscopy (DL) in the emergency department (ED). Methods: This is a study of a randomized control trial includes the patients with acute respiratory failure and the emergency ...  Read More

Shock Index as a Predictor of Post-Intubation Hypotension and Cardiac Arrest; A Review of the Current Evidence

Saqer M Althunayyan

Volume 7, Issue 1 , January 2019, , Pages 21-27

  Endotracheal intubation is a lifesaving procedure that is performed in various settings within the hospital or even in the pre-hospital field. However, it can result in serious hemodynamic complications, such as post-intubation hypotension (PIH) and cardiac arrest. The most promising predictor of such ...  Read More