Boudreaux and CRNA Ortego, who failed to physically examine Paulett for the presence of aspiration risks or to review her medical records, employed a routine anesthetic induction as part of the intubation process instead of the rapid sequence induction required for patients at risk for aspiration.
What does RSI stand for?
RSI stands for Rapid Sequence Induction
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58), with a modified rapid sequence induction using rocuronium used in the remainder.
The pre-hospital intubation debate remains contentious, with increasing use of alternative airways, such as the Laryngeal mask airway, and the encouragement of rapid sequence induction for trauma patients.
McCaughan returned to the hospital and completed a rapid sequence induction with smooth intubation by 3:28 a.
A modified rapid sequence induction was performed following three minutes of pre-oxygenation, using propofol, fentanyl and rocuronium (50 mg).
After rapid sequence induction you are unable to intubate the trachea.
Cricoid pressure, first introduced by Sellick (1), is widely used as part of rapid sequence induction in patients at high risk of aspiration.
A rapid sequence induction was performed with suxamethonium.