We need help from our specialist community in anaesthesia and intensive care.
Videolaryngoscopes have become increasingly available during recent years. Quite a few studies have been performed in children comparing videolaryngoscopy to conventional laryngoscopy. Videolaryngoscopy is often used in adult patients; with this study we would like to uncover the current practice when intubating children.
As a part of our SSAI fellowship in paediatric anaesthesia and intensive care medicine we have set out to investigate how widely videolaryngoscopy is used among anaesthesiologists/intensivists in the Scandinavian countries in the paediatric patient. Therefore, we kindly ask you to answer these 10 short questions. It can be done within 5 minutes.
Please note that we are only asking about intubation, and not other aspects of the airway management. We realise the questions represent a simple approach to complex situations, but please choose the answer most appropriate to your practice.
Please answer this questionnaire only once, as it is being distributed via multiple platforms
- Jan Pallesen
- Assia Amal Bada
- Bjarte Toppe
- Ingrid Stubelius
- Joakim Hedov