Variation in the type, rate, and selection of patients for out-of-hospital airway procedures among injured children and adults.
From the Center for Policy and Research in Emergency Medicine and the Department of the Emergency Medicine, Oregon Health & Science University (CDN, AM, MRD), Portland, OR; the Department of Biostatistics (KK, GKS) and the Department of Surgery (EB), University of Washington, Seattle, WA; the Department of Emergency Medicine (HW, SWS) and the Department of Surgery (JDK), University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham, AL; and the Department of Emergency Medicine, University of California at San Diego (DPD), San Diego, CA.
- Published Article
Academic emergency medicine : official journal of the Society for Academic Emergency Medicine
- Publication Date
Dec 01, 2009
Among 10 sites across North America, there was wide variation in the types of out-of-hospital airway procedures performed, population-based rates of airway intervention, and the selection of injured patients for such procedures.
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