February 26-2017

February 26-2017

Distraction (divided attention) during simulated airway management (choose ONE correct answer):
1-Did not influence SGA, DL, and VL placement
2-Significantly increased time to perform SGA, DL, and VL only in inexperienced providers
3-Significantly increased time to perform SGA, DL, and VL in both inexperienced and experienced providers
4- Influenced only DL, but not VL and SGA placement

Here is the answer:

1. Did not influence SGA, DL, and VL placement

2. Significantly increased time to perform SGA, DL, and VL only in inexperienced providers

3. Significantly increased time to perform SGA, DL, and VL in both inexperienced and experienced providers

4.Influenced only DL, but not VL and SGA placement

 

References:
Prottengeir J et al. The effect of a standardized source of divided attention in airway management. Eur. J. Anesthesiol. 2016; 33:195-203
Johnson K. et al. Part task and variable priority training in first-year anesthesia resident education. Anesthesiology 2008; 108:831-840
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