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What is the resident's role in assisting with endotracheal intubation?
10 doctors weighed in

Rishi Kumar
Anesthesiology
6 doctors agree
In brief: Supervised
A resident typically handles the entire endotracheal intubation process under the supervision of an attending physician.

In brief: Supervised
A resident typically handles the entire endotracheal intubation process under the supervision of an attending physician.
Rishi Kumar
Rishi Kumar
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Dr. Marc Abramson
Anesthesiology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Watch and learn
Usually the resident will get the first attempt at intubation.
Whether they are successful or not they should observe and learn from the experience. Afterwards, the resident should discuss with the attending about what happened and how they can improve.

In brief: Watch and learn
Usually the resident will get the first attempt at intubation.
Whether they are successful or not they should observe and learn from the experience. Afterwards, the resident should discuss with the attending about what happened and how they can improve.
Dr. Marc Abramson
Dr. Marc Abramson
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