Poor preoxygenation, incorrect medication selection and dosing, incorrect timing of laryngoscopy, bypassing the vocal cords, inadequate minute ventilation—the list of potential rookie mistakes goes on and on. Whether you've intubated one patient or 1,000, you should know these common pitfalls that can have deadly repercussions and how to avoid them.
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Describe an approach to adequate preoxygenation and ventilation.
Describe a stepwise approach to epiglottoscopy.
Describe common pitfalls associated with pharmacology-assisted endotracheal intubation.