Videolaryngoscopy Intubation in Patients with COVID-19: How to Minimize Risk of Aerosolization?

Ahed Zeidan, Munir Bamadhaj, Mona Al-Faraidy, Mohiidin Ali
Anesthesiology 2020 May 14
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J Anderson

3litres a min preox seems a little low...


Ramakant Sharma

Patients with COVID who needs intubation are invariably on 100 % FiO2. Why would you intubate if someone is only on 3L nasal cannula ?
Sounds like the guys who are writing this never treated a covid patient.


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