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Ducharme S., Kramer B., Gelbart D., Colleran C., Risavi B., Carlson JN. A pilot, prospective, randomized trial of video versus direct laryngoscopy for paramedic endotracheal intubation. Resuscitation 2017;114:121-126.
Ducharme S., Kramer B., Gelbart D., Colleran C., Risavi B., Carlson JN. A pilot, prospective, randomized trial of video versus direct laryngoscopy for paramedic endotracheal intubation. Resuscitation 2017;114:121-126.
An J, Nam SB, Lee JS, Lee J, Yoo H, Lee HM, et al. Comparison of the i-gel and other supraglottic airways in adult manikin studies: Systematic review and meta-analysis. Medicine 2017; 96(1):e5801.
Haltmeier T., Benjamin E., Siboni S., Dilektasli E., Inaba K., Demetriades D. Prehospital intubation for isolated severe blunt traumatic brain injury: worse outcomes and higher mortality. European journal of trauma and emergency surgery 2016.
Naumann DN., McLaughlin A., Midwinter MJ., Crombie N. Prehospital rapid sequence induction following trauma in the era of regional networks for major trauma. European journal of emergency medicine 2017;24(4):243-248.
Driver BE., Prekker ME., Moore JC., Schick AL., Reardon RF., Miner JR. Direct Versus Video Laryngoscopy Using the C-MAC for Tracheal Intubation in the Emergency Department, a Randomized Controlled Trial. Academic emergency medicine 2016;23(4):433-9
Hughes J., Doolabh A. Heated, humidified, high-flow nasal oxygen usage in the adult Emergency Department. Australasian emergency nursing journal : AENJ 2016;19(4):173-178.
Hughes J., Doolabh A. Heated, humidified, high-flow nasal oxygen usage in the adult Emergency Department. Australasian emergency nursing journal : AENJ 2016;19(4):173-178.
White LD., Melhuish TM., White LK., Wallace LA. Apnoeic oxygenation during intubation: a systematic review and meta-analysis. Anaesth Intensive Care 2017;45(1):21-27.
Yousif S., Machan JT., Alaska Y., Suner S. Airway Management in Disaster Response: A Manikin Study Comparing Direct and Video Laryngoscopy for Endotracheal Intubation by Prehospital Providers in Level C Personal Protective Equipment. Prehosp Disaster Med 2017;32(4):352-356.
Kalich BA, Maguire JM, Campbell-Bright SL, Mehrotra A, Caffey T, Tulu Z, et al. Impact of an Antibiotic-specific Sepsis Bundle on Appropriate and Timely Antibiotic Administration for Severe Sepsis in the Emergency Department J Emerg Med 2016 Jan; 50(1):79-88.
Slain KN., Shein SL., Rotta AT. The use of high-flow nasal cannula in the pediatric emergency department. J Pediatr 2017.
Eisenberg MA., Green-Hopkins I., Werner H., Nagler J. Comparison Between Direct and Video-assisted Laryngoscopy for Intubations in a Pediatric Emergency Department. Academic emergency medicine 2016;23(8):870-7.
Eisenberg MA., Green-Hopkins I., Werner H., Nagler J. Comparison Between Direct and Video-assisted Laryngoscopy for Intubations in a Pediatric Emergency Department. Academic emergency medicine 2016;23(8):870-7.
Klein Y., Arieli I., Sagiv S., Peleg K., Ben-Galim P. Cervical spine injuries in civilian victims of explosions: Should cervical collars be used? The journal of trauma and acute care surgery. 2016;80(6):985-8
Trimmel H., Kreutziger J., Fitzka R., Szüts S., Derdak C., Koch E., et al. Use of the GlideScope Ranger Video Laryngoscope for Emergency Intubation in the Prehospital Setting: A Randomized Control Trial. Crit Care Med 2016;44(7):e470-6.