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Respiratory Failure and Airway Management in the Pregnant Patient

Introduction: Respiratory failure is an uncommon but important complication in pregnancy and the postpartum period, occurring 1 in 500 pregnancies.1 Respiratory failure can result from pregnancy-related conditions, conditions exacerbated by pregnancy, or pathologies common to the general population (Table 1). …

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Obstetrics and GynecologyResuscitation

REBEL Cast Episode 65: Optimal Order of Drug Administration in Rapid Sequence Intubation

Background Information: The sequential administration of a sedative and neuromuscular blocking agent (NMBA) to facilitate the passage of an endotracheal tube is a common method of intubating in both the emergency department (ED) and intensive care unit (ICU). In fact, 85% …

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Procedures and SkillsResuscitationThoracic and Respiratory

REBEL Cast Ep 46b: Vent Management in the Crashing Patient with Haney Mallemat

In Episode 46a we discussed respiratory failure and NIV.  In episode 46b we are going move on to the patient where you have tried NIV and your patient just doesn’t seem to be improving.  You decide to intubate your patient …

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Thoracic and Respiratory

REBEL Cast Ep 46a – Respiratory Failure and NIV with Haney Mallemat

Imagine you have a patient in respiratory failure sitting right in front of you. The patient has an increased work of breathing and obviously in distress.  Monitors are beeping, nurses are asking you what you want to do, and if …

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Thoracic and Respiratory

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