- Santa’s Health (Obesity, Soot Wart, Stress and OSA)12:12Living With CFFree Chapter16:02Paperchase #1 - Oxygen Therapy in Suspected Acute Myocardial Infarction5:01Saturday Night Palsy10:33Graves Disease Pt. 111:00Paperchase #2 - Liraglutide and Renal Outcomes in Type 2 Diabetes5:04Stuff that Changed our Practices, Part 110:39Contact Lens Complications21:42Paperchase #3 - Intubated Cardiac Arrest Patients are More Likely to Die5:51HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis22:10Stuff that Changed our Practices, Part 211:00Paperchase #4 - Weight and Metabolic Outcomes 12 Years after Gastric Bypass4:57Common Testicular Problems in Infants14:38Things I Do, But Should I? Symphyseal Fundal Height5:21Paperchase #5 - Don't Bother Rechecking Lipids Once You Start That Statin4:47The Summary18:30
This study looked at whether tracheal intubation during adult in-hospital arrest was associated with survival. And, it wasn’t. That’s right, tracheal intubation within the first 15 minutes of an arrest is associated with less likelihood of surviving.