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Revista mexicana de anestesiología

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Abstract

CISNEROS-BECERRA, Ricardo Eliud et al. Mobile remote technology in the learning of laryngoscopy in intubation in a training hospital. Rev. mex. anestesiol. [online]. 2021, vol.44, n.4, pp.258-262.  Epub Oct 11, 2021. ISSN 0484-7903.  https://doi.org/10.35366/100870.

Introduction:

Simulation-based training has become a comprehensive practice to improve skill levels in procedures such as intubation. Clinicians performing endotracheal intubation must be competent to perform this technical skill safely.

Objective:

Determine the success of the use of mobile remote technology in learning intubation laryngoscopy during training in the hospital.

Material and methods:

Experimental, cross-sectional, comparative, non-blind, randomized study which was made up of 117 students of the Bachelor of Medicine degree at the Autonomous University of Nuevo Leon.

Results:

Group A with conventional laryngoscopy achieved successful intubation in an average of 106.86 ± 84.87 seconds, group B in 62.90 ± 65.81 and when crossing the groups in the technique, the time of video laryngoscopy was taken, where group A reported an average time of 64.25 ± 34.23, while the time recorded in group B was 84.25 ± 55.67 seconds.

Conclusion:

The use of mobile remote technology is effective for the preparation of doctors and future doctors when performing an orotracheal intubation. Videolaryngoscopy was significant to conventional laryngoscopy when performed in inexperienced personnel.

Keywords : Laryngoscopy; manikin; orotracheal intubation; training; videolaryngoscopy.

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