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Laura Duggan. EMCrit – How Do You Know You Are Actually Good at Airway Management by Laura Duggan. EMCrit Blog. Published on September 22, 2018. Accessed on March 21st 2023. Available at [https://emcrit.org/emcrit/how-do-you-know-you-are-actually-good-at-airway-management/ ].
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Original Release: September 22, 2018
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I think this great. As an emerge resident rotating through critical care, I often find it difficult to keep track of my intubation success, what methods I used to intubate, first past success rate, etc. This card is something that I will consider keeping with me, or at least will now be a lot more mindful of my intubations.
Thanks for sharing.