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Pre-OX – Managing Refractory Hypoxia in the Peri-Intubation Period

A NEXTGEN LEARNING SPACE DESIGNED TO ELEVATE YOUR AIRWAY PRACTICE

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Rapid ReviewRule of 15s
Delayed SequenceGuided Practice
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Refractory Hypoxia Rapid Review

Critically ill patients can remain refractory to you initial efforts at pre-oxygenation. When this happens you need a strategy. Here is ours in 44 seconds.

The Triple 15 Rule For Pre-oxygenation

Memory Aid Pearl: The Triple 15 Rule for preoxygenation – an easy way to remember how to maximize oxygen delivery during the pre-intubation phase

  1. 15 L O2 by nasal cannula +
  2. 15 L O2 by non-rebreather & if oxygen saturation <93% then
  3. 15 cm H2O of CPAP while maintaining nasal cannula
Delayed Sequence Intubation

Instructions

  1. Look for this tabletop card
  2. Snap the QR codes
  3. Use the tools below for self-practice.

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