NEXTGEN LEARNING DESIGNED TO ELEVATE YOUR AIRWAY PRACTICE
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Nearly 25% of patients who are hemodynamically stable prior to intubation get post-intubation hypotension (PIH) after rapid sequence intubation. The Shock Index (SI) is easy to calculate and shown to be a strong predictor PIH.
Heffner A, Swords D, Nussbaum M, Kline J, Jones A. Predictors of the complication of postintubation hypotension during emergency airway management. J Crit Care. 2012;27(6):587-593. [PubMed]
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- Incidence and factors associated with cardiac arrest complicating emergency airway management. DOI: 10.1016/j.resuscitation.2013.07.022 Alan C Heffner 1, Douglas S Swords, Marcy N Neale, Alan E Jones
- Predictors of the complication of postintubation hypotension during emergency airway management. J Crit Care. 2012;27(6):587-593. [PubMed] Heffner A, Swords D, Nussbaum M, Kline J, Jones A.
- ALIEM: Shock Index: A Predictor of Morbidity and Mortality? By: Salim Rezaie, MD
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