Success of Intubation Rescue Techniques After Failed Direct Laryngoscopy in Adults: A Retrospective Comparative Analysis From the Multicenter Perioperative Outcomes Group

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(Abstracted from Anesthesiology, 2016;125(4):656–666)

In the face of increased patient morbidity and mortality following the failure of laryngoscopy and multiple intubation attempts, successful rescue techniques need to be studied and assessed to arrive at viable plans. This study was done using perioperative databases to determine success rates for commonly used intubation rescue techniques.

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