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1. [Comparison of effectiveness of intubation by way of "Gum Elastic Bougie" and "Intubating Laryngeal Mask Airway" in endotracheal intubation of patients with simulated cervical trauma]. Full Text available with Trip Pro

[Comparison of effectiveness of intubation by way of "Gum Elastic Bougie" and "Intubating Laryngeal Mask Airway" in endotracheal intubation of patients with simulated cervical trauma]. In this study, we evaluated the effectiveness of intubations by way of "Gum Elastic Bougie" and "Intubating Laryngeal Mask Airway" in endotracheal intubation of patients with simulated cervical trauma.134 patients were included in the study. All patients were placed cervical collar for a simulated cervical trauma (...) . Patients were allocated randomly into three groups: Group NI (n=45) intubation with Macintosh laryngoscopy, Group GEB (n=45) intubation with Gum Elastic Bougie, and Group ILMA (n=44) intubation with Intubating Laryngeal Mask Airway. The number of intubation attempts, success of intubation, duration of complete visualization of the larynx, duration of intubation, user's performance score, hemodynamic changes and the observed complications were recorded.Success of intubation in the first attempt

2019 Revista brasileira de anestesiologia Controlled trial quality: uncertain

2. Utilization of a gum elastic bougie to facilitate single lung intubation. (Abstract)

Utilization of a gum elastic bougie to facilitate single lung intubation. Patients with severe pulmonary hemorrhage due to unilateral trauma or a bleeding cancer often present to the emergency department in acute respiratory distress. Although it is generally recommended to perform single lung intubation, most emergency department providers do not have access to or are not familiar with double-lumen endotracheal tubes, and blind insertion of an endotracheal tube to maximum depth does not ensure (...) that the proper (nonhemorrhagic) lung is ventilated. Therefore, single lung intubation may be significantly delayed in these patients. The purpose of this study was to assess the accuracy of using a gum elastic bougie ("bougie") to facilitate single lung intubation.We conducted a prospective, randomized, blinded pilot study assessing the accuracy of bougie-guided single lung intubation in a fresh human cadaveric model. Two investigators each inserted a bougie under video laryngoscope guidance. After passing

2017 The American journal of emergency medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

3. Evaluation of gum-elastic bougie with direct and indirect laryngoscope for infant difficult airway management: a Pierre Robin simulation model. (Abstract)

Evaluation of gum-elastic bougie with direct and indirect laryngoscope for infant difficult airway management: a Pierre Robin simulation model. 27041265 2017 01 02 2017 01 04 1873-4529 30 2016 May Journal of clinical anesthesia J Clin Anesth Evaluation of gum-elastic bougie with direct and indirect laryngoscope for infant difficult airway management: a Pierre Robin simulation model. 59-60 10.1016/j.jclinane.2015.11.010 S0952-8180(16)00012-X Matsunami Sayuri S Department of Anesthesiology, Osaka (...) Humans Infant Intubation, Intratracheal instrumentation methods Laryngoscopes Laryngoscopy instrumentation methods Pierre Robin Syndrome complications physiopathology Simulation Training Gum-elastic bougie Pierre Robin syndrome Simulation 2015 10 21 2015 11 17 2015 11 18 2016 4 5 6 0 2016 4 5 6 0 2017 1 4 6 0 ppublish 27041265 S0952-8180(16)00012-X 10.1016/j.jclinane.2015.11.010

2017 Journal of clinical anesthesia Controlled trial quality: uncertain

4. Elastic Bougie

Elastic Bougie Elastic Bougie Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Elastic Bougie Elastic Bougie Aka: Elastic Bougie , Gum (...) Elastic Bougie , Endotracheal Tube Introducer , Eschmann Tracheal Tube Introducer II. Indications adjunct Cormack-Lahane Grade 2A (partial cord view) and Grade 2B (arytenoid view) airways Airway view obscured by blood or vomit III. Description Semi-rigid polyethlene tube or stylet 60 cm long and 5 mm wide Distal end of tube has a 30 degree bend IV. Images Bougie Intubation V. Preparation Bougie may be used without adjusting curvature Hyperangulated blade (e.g. glidescope) technique Bougie coiled

2018 FP Notebook

5. Gum-Elastic Bougie Efficacy for Tracheal Intubation During Continuous Chest Compression in Infants-A Crossover Simulation Trial. (Abstract)

Gum-Elastic Bougie Efficacy for Tracheal Intubation During Continuous Chest Compression in Infants-A Crossover Simulation Trial. Recent guidelines for infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation emphasize that all rescuers should minimize interruption of chest compression, even for endotracheal intubation.We compared the utility of application of a gum-elastic bougie (GEB) plus Miller laryngoscope (Mil) with the Mil alone during chest compression on an infant mannequin.Sixteen anesthesiologists

2016 Journal of Emergency Medicine

6. Evaluation of gum-elastic bougie combined with direct and indirect laryngoscopes in vomitus setting: A randomized simulation trial. (Abstract)

Evaluation of gum-elastic bougie combined with direct and indirect laryngoscopes in vomitus setting: A randomized simulation trial. Videolaryngoscopes may not be useful in the presence of vomitus due to blurred images on the monitor. The objective of our study is to compare the utility of gum-elastic bougie (GEB) application for tracheal intubation with the Macintosh laryngoscope (McL), which is a direct laryngoscope, with that of the Pentax-AWS Airwayscope® (AWS) and McGRATH® MAC (McGRATH

2016 American Journal of Emergency Medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

7. Gum elastic bougie as a tube exchanger: Modified technique Full Text available with Trip Pro

Gum elastic bougie as a tube exchanger: Modified technique 26903684 2016 02 23 2018 11 13 0019-5049 59 12 2015 Dec Indian journal of anaesthesia Indian J Anaesth Gum elastic bougie as a tube exchanger: Modified technique. 827-9 10.4103/0019-5049.171604 Umesh Goneppanavar G Department of Anaesthesia, Dharwad Institute of Mental Health and Neurosciences, Dharwad, Karnataka, India. Sushma K S KS Department of Anaesthesia, Karnataka Institute of Medical Sciences, Hubli, Karnataka, India

2015 Indian journal of anaesthesia

8. Utility of gum-elastic bougie for tracheal intubation during chest compressions in a manikin: a randomized crossover trial. (Abstract)

Utility of gum-elastic bougie for tracheal intubation during chest compressions in a manikin: a randomized crossover trial. The utility of the gum-elastic bougie (GEB) as an assistive device for tracheal intubation during chest compressions has not been sufficiently validated. This study aimed to compare the utility of the GEB during chest compressions on an adult manikin.Seventeen novice physicians performed tracheal intubation on an adult manikin using the GEB with or without chest

2015 The American journal of emergency medicine Controlled trial quality: uncertain

9. Comparison of Nasal Intubations by GlideScope With and Without a Bougie Guide in Patients Who Underwent Maxillofacial Surgeries: Randomized Clinical Trial. (Abstract)

in the field of view. A gum elastic bougie (GEB) is a cheap, slender, and flexible device that could expedite nasotracheal intubation. The aim of this study was to evaluate the use of a GEB during nasotracheal intubation to facilitate the procedure and reduce the rate of complications.In this randomized clinical trial study, 110 patients with American Society of Anesthesiologists (ASA) physical status I-II from 15 to 65 years of age were randomized into 2 equal groups. In both groups, a GlideScope (...) Comparison of Nasal Intubations by GlideScope With and Without a Bougie Guide in Patients Who Underwent Maxillofacial Surgeries: Randomized Clinical Trial. Nasotracheal intubation is commonly performed to provide a secure airway for the maintenance of general anesthesia in maxillofacial surgeries. Routine nasotracheal intubation is performed under general anesthesia by direct laryngoscopy, frequently with the aid of Magill forceps. This method can be time-consuming and may cause bleeding

2018 Anesthesia and Analgesia Controlled trial quality: uncertain

10. Comparison of intubation performance by emergency medicine residents using gum elastic bougie versus standard stylet in simulated easy and difficult intubation scenarios. (Abstract)

Comparison of intubation performance by emergency medicine residents using gum elastic bougie versus standard stylet in simulated easy and difficult intubation scenarios. We sought to evaluate the success rate and time to endotracheal intubation by emergency medicine residents with stylet reinforced endotracheal tube (ETT-S) versus intubation with a gum elastic bougie (GEB) in simulated easy and difficult airways on a cadaveric model.The study was a prospective cross-over design using a cohort

2014 Emergency medicine Australasia

11. Elastic Bougie

Elastic Bougie Elastic Bougie Toggle navigation Brain Head & Neck Chest Endocrine Abdomen Musculoskeletal Skin Infectious Disease Hematology & Oncology Cohorts Diagnostics Emergency Findings Procedures Prevention & Management Pharmacy Resuscitation Trauma Emergency Procedures Ultrasound Cardiovascular Emergencies Lung Emergencies Infectious Disease Pediatrics Neurologic Emergencies Skin Exposure Miscellaneous Abuse Cancer Administration 4 Elastic Bougie Elastic Bougie Aka: Elastic Bougie , Gum (...) Elastic Bougie , Endotracheal Tube Introducer , Eschmann Tracheal Tube Introducer II. Indications adjunct Cormack-Lahane Grade 2A (partial cord view) and Grade 2B (arytenoid view) airways Airway view obscured by blood or vomit III. Description Semi-rigid polyethlene tube or stylet 60 cm long and 5 mm wide Distal end of tube has a 30 degree bend IV. Images Bougie Intubation V. Preparation Bougie may be used without adjusting curvature Hyperangulated blade (e.g. glidescope) technique Bougie coiled

2016 FP Notebook

12. [Effectiveness of gum elastic bougie for tracheal intubation with Airtraq optical laryngoscope]. (Abstract)

[Effectiveness of gum elastic bougie for tracheal intubation with Airtraq optical laryngoscope]. Although Airtraq (ATQ) is well accepted as a useful device for tracheal intubation especially in cases of difficult airway management, we sometimes encounter difficulty in insertion of a tracheal tube along the blade of ATQ across the vocal cord in spite of ATQ assistance. Gum Elastic Bougie (GEB) is well known as a practical device for intubation assistance with Macintosh laryngoscope. We studied

2012 Masui. The Japanese journal of anesthesiology Controlled trial quality: uncertain

13. Comparison of intubation performance by junior emergency department doctors using gum elastic bougie versus stylet reinforced endotracheal tube insertion techniques. (Abstract)

Comparison of intubation performance by junior emergency department doctors using gum elastic bougie versus stylet reinforced endotracheal tube insertion techniques. Endotracheal intubation is a challenging procedure in emergency medicine. Junior doctors lack experience and confidence in this task. The use of a gum elastic bougie (GEB) to facilitate intubation may improve success rates, especially in difficult situations.Junior doctors working in the ED were studied. Endotracheal intubation (...) was simulated using part-task trainers in "easy" positioning and "difficult" positioning modes. Intubation was attempted in both positions using either an endotracheal tube, with re-enforcing stylet (ETT-S), or insertion of a gum elastic bougie (GEB), with subsequent passage of the endotracheal tube over the bougie. Success rates and time to complete intubation were measured with GEB, and with ETT-S. Participants were asked to record the perceived ease of intubation.One hundred and four intubations were

2012 Emergency medicine Australasia

14. Validation of the unassisted, gum-elastic bougie-guided, laryngeal mask airway-ProSealâ„¢ placement technique in anaesthetized patients. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Validation of the unassisted, gum-elastic bougie-guided, laryngeal mask airway-ProSealâ„¢ placement technique in anaesthetized patients. The laryngeal mask airway-ProSeal™ can be inserted digitally, by introducer tool, or by railroading it over a bougie placed first in the patient's oesophagus, which is highly successful, but as originally described, requires an assistant. An unassisted bougie-guided placement technique has also been described, but no data on its effectiveness have been (...) reported.We reviewed data collected during a randomized, controlled trial comparing the air-Q(®) Intubating Laryngeal Airway and LMA-Proseal™, in which all LMA-Proseal™ devices were inserted using the unassisted (one-operator), bougie-guided placement technique.Forty-eight devices were placed. All devices were placed successfully. Successful placement was achieved in 47 (98%) patients on first attempt and in one (2%) patient on the third attempt. Mean (SD) time required for insertion establishing

2012 Indian journal of anaesthesia Controlled trial quality: uncertain

15. Retention of a Gum Elastic Bougie for more than Eleven Months in the Uterus Full Text available with Trip Pro

Retention of a Gum Elastic Bougie for more than Eleven Months in the Uterus 20754852 2011 03 29 2011 03 29 0007-1447 1 1744 1894 Jun 02 British medical journal Br Med J Retention of a Gum Elastic Bougie for more than Eleven Months in the Uterus. 1187 Sykes-Ward A A eng Journal Article England Br Med J 0372673 0007-1447 2010 8 27 6 0 1894 6 2 0 0 1894 6 2 0 1 ppublish 20754852 PMC2405160

1894 British medical journal

16. The effect of sterilisation on the plasticity of multi-use Eschmann gum elastic bougies: a bench and manikin study*. (Abstract)

The effect of sterilisation on the plasticity of multi-use Eschmann gum elastic bougies: a bench and manikin study*. We investigated the deterioration in plasticity of the multi-use Portex Tracheal Guide ('bougie') with repeated sterilisation. Six bougies were prepared by washing them between 0 and 100 times (in accordance with the manufacturer's guidelines). Two tests were employed: a bench test in which rapid serial photographs were taken of the bougies uncoiling from a preformed curve (...) ; and a manikin-based test in which the six bougies were used in a simulated difficult airway. The bench test demonstrated a progressive deterioration in plasticity with repeated washing. However, the manikin-based test showed no significant difference between bougies in the incidence of oesophageal placement (p = 0.74). Time to placement differed significantly only between the two most-washed bougies but was broadly similar. We suggest therefore that the manufacturer's limit of five washings may

2011 Anaesthesia

17. Difficulties with Gum Elastic Bougie Intubation in an Academic Emergency Department. (Abstract)

Difficulties with Gum Elastic Bougie Intubation in an Academic Emergency Department. The difficulties with gum elastic bougie (GEB) use in the emergency department (ED) have never been studied prospectively.To determine the most common difficulties associated with endotracheal intubation using a GEB in the ED.We conducted a prospective, observational study of GEB practices in our two affiliated urban EDs with a 3-year residency training program and an annual census of 150,000 patients (...) was 25/88 (28.4%; 95% CI 21.0-40.3%), with the two most common reasons being: inability to insert the bougie past the hypopharynx in 13 (52%; 95% CI 32.4-71.6%) and inability to pass the endotracheal tube over the bougie in six (24%; 95% CI 7.3-40.7).The GEB is a helpful rescue airway device, but emergency care providers should be aware that failure rates are relatively high at a teaching institution.Copyright © 2011 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

2010 Journal of Emergency Medicine

18. Application of Gum Elastic Bougie to Nasal Intubation Full Text available with Trip Pro

Application of Gum Elastic Bougie to Nasal Intubation Gum elastic bougie (GEB), a useful device for difficult airway management, has seldom been used for nasotracheal intubation. Among 632 patients undergoing dental procedures or oral surgery, GEB was used successfully in 16 patients in whom conventional nasal intubation had failed because of anatomical problems or maldirection of the tip of the tracheal tube. We recommend that GEB should be applied from the first attempt for nasal intubation

2010 Anesthesia progress

19. Effect of cardiopulmonary resuscitation on intubation using a Macintosh laryngoscope, the AirWay Scope, and the gum elastic bougie: A manikin study. (Abstract)

Effect of cardiopulmonary resuscitation on intubation using a Macintosh laryngoscope, the AirWay Scope, and the gum elastic bougie: A manikin study. Physicians could encounter difficult intubation during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) in trauma patients due to the patient's movement from continuous chest compression and to cervical stabilisation. Therefore, first, we evaluated the impact of chest compression with or without cervical stabilisation on intubation with a Macintosh laryngoscope (...) . Next, we compared difficulty in intubation among the Macintosh laryngoscope, AirWay Scope (AWS), and gum elastic bougie (GEB) with the Macintosh laryngoscope in three simulated CPR scenarios in a randomised, controlled, cross-over study design.Twenty-three anaesthetists intubated the trachea of a manikin (ALS Skill Master, Laerdal Medical Japan, Tokyo, Japan) using the Macintosh laryngoscope, AWS, and GEB in the control scenario, chest compression scenario, and chest compression with cervical

2010 Resuscitation

20. COVID-19 Airway Management Principles Full Text available with Trip Pro

fibreoptic intubations Capnography monitoring line Guedel airways Adult McGill forceps Blue Portex swivel connector 15mm Gum elastic bougie CMAC tracheal intubation stylet igel size 3,4,5 ProSeal LMA size 3,4,5 (1 of each) ProSeal LMA introducer Sachets of water-soluble gel lubricant Aintree intubating catheter 19 Fr 56 cm (blue) eFONA set (Size 10 scalpel, size 6 cuffed tracheal tube, tracheal dilator) Ascope3 bronchoscope trolley with screen Just one bronchoscope screen, next to airway/resus trolley (...) in that operator’s hands – in most fully trained airway mangers this is likely to be a videolaryngoscope. a. Stay as distant from the airway as it practical to enable optimal technique (whatever device is used) b. Using a videolaryngoscope with a separate screen enables the operator to stay further from the airway and this technique is recommended for those trained in their use. c. If using a videolaryngoscope with a Macintosh blade a bougie may be used. d. If using a videolaryngoscope with a hyperangulated

2020 ICM Anaesthesia COVID-19

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