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Endotracheal Intubation via Direct Laryngoscopy

Direct laryngoscopy (DL) is the approach providers most commonly use for endotracheal intubations and has been utilized in operating rooms, emergency departments, ambulances, and intensive care units throughout the healthcare arena.

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Managing Respiratory Arrest

Knowing and understanding the signs and symptoms of respiratory distress, failure, and arrest is crucial. Respiratory arrest is usually the endpoint of respiratory distress that leads to respiratory failure. Respiratory distress and failure have multiple causes, all of which, if left untreated, can deteriorate into respiratory arrest. The best treatment is knowing and understanding the signs and symptoms of respiratory distress and respiratory failure so interventions can be initiated and respiratory arrest averted altogether.

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