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Volume 15/Issue 5, September 2019

Video vs direct laryngoscopy. Success rates and confidence: a feasibility study

David G. Bartle, Roy Powell, Katie Pearson, Teniola S. Adeboye


Video-assisted laryngoscopy (VL) is being used increasingly in adult, paediatric and neonatal populations although its use has not been extensively studied in a neonatal setting. The authors’ experiences on the neonatal unit suggested that there is increased team confidence around tube or catheter placement and intubation is more successful when trainee and trainer are able to view the procedure using a video screen. This article outlines a study that looks at this theory.

Bartle D.G., Powell R., Pearson K., Adeboye T.S.. Video vs direct laryngoscopy. Success rates and confidence: a feasibility study. Infant 2019;15(5): 195-98.
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