The EMS Lighthouse Project


Episode 47
ETI Attempts and Outcomes in Out of Hospital Cardiac Arrest

In this episode, Dr. Jarvis discusses a paper that is hot off the presses and that he’s super excited to talk about. The good folks up in Seattle, WA, and the Seattle FD looked at their cardiac arrest survival rates as a function of the number of intubation attempts needed to secure the airway. Results from this trial might help explain the 2.9% improved survival with King LT vs ETI that we saw in the PART trial. Join us to hear all the juicy details.

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Show Notes

Papers reviewed: 

  1. Wang HE, Schmicker RH, Daya MR, et al. Effect of a strategy of initial laryngeal tube insertion vs endotracheal intubation on 72-hour survival in adults with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest: A randomized clinical trial. JAMA 2018. 320, 769-778.
  2. Murphy DL, Bulger NE, Harrington BM et al.Sayre MR. Fewer Tracheal Intubation Attempts are Associated with Improved Neurologically Intact Survival Following Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest. Resuscitation 2021; S0300-9572(21)00248.
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