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Guía para la secuencia de inducción e intubación rápida en el servicio de emergencias
Introduction : The Intensive Care Unit ICU physician should have the skill to successfully manage patients requiring airway insulation on account of their poor ventilatory condition. The purpose of this article is to review the current knowledge regarding rapid sequence intubation in the ICU patients and to summarize the procedure to maximally reduce the risks of intubating a critical patient. Methods : Theme review. Clinical trials, meta-analysis, practicing guidelines, randomized controlled trials, reviews, case reports, classical articles, comparative studies, consensus conferences, and keynote speeches.