0 Introduction with a case 0 A otherwise healthy 70 year-old woman presented to Genius General Hospital with multifocal pneumonia. In the ED she was treated with appropriate antibiotics and two liters of crystalloid. During her ED course she was found to have increasing tachypnea to 30-35 breaths/min, and was subsequently transferred to the ICU. […]
Delayed Sequence Intubation (DSI) is a procedural sedation, the procedure in this case being effective preoxygenation. Give ketamine, put them on the mask, and in 3 minutes paralyze and intubate.