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Revista Cubana de Medicina Intensiva y Emergencia. Frerk1, V. Mitchell2, A. McNarry3, C. Mendonca4, R. Bhagrath5, A. Patel6, E. Woodall8, I. Ricardo Urtubia V.

E-mail: ricardo. Deben ser ensayados regularmente y deben ser familiares para todo el equipo. En total se compilaron Se revisaron textos completos. Toda la correspondencia fue revisada por el grupo de trabajo. Para que cualquier plan funcione bien durante una emergencia, debe ser conocido por todos los miembros del equipo y debe haber sido ensayado previamente. Plan A. Plan B. Plan C. Para esto existen "ganchos cricoideos", dilatadores traqueales, entre otros.

Si ya se ha administrado sugammadex previamente, se debe utilizar otra droga distinta de rocuronio o vecuronio. Equipamiento 1. Lo contrario si es zurdo mano izquierda dominante.

Estabilizar la laringe con la mano que palpa. Tomar el "bougie" con la mano dominante. Rotar el tubo a lo largo del "bougie" mientras lo avanza. Retirar el "bougie". Asegurar el tubo. Tensionar la piel usando la mano no-dominante.

Sin embargo, su rol en situaciones de urgencia es limitado. El Departamento de N. Referencias 1. Difficult Airway Society guidelines for management of the unanticipated difficult intubation. Anaesthesia ; —94 2. Major complications of airway management in the United Kingdom, Report and Findings. Royal College of Anaesthetists, London, 3. Development of a guideline for the management of the unanticipated difficult airway in pediatric practice.

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Tablas 4 Tabla 1. Figura 4. Algoritmo de la Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma. There are times when, although being orthodox in the technique performance, we do not achieve the desired purpose no intubation, no ventilation , defining such a situation as difficult airway DAW. Primary Health Care physicians and nurses should be prepared for this and have the necessary material and training to face this critical moment in the management of severe patients.


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