Roc vs. Sux - The CURASMUR Trial

February 18, 2020 00:19:11
Roc vs. Sux - The CURASMUR Trial
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Roc vs. Sux - The CURASMUR Trial

Feb 18 2020 | 00:19:11

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Show Notes

The debate on the ideal neuromuscular blocking agent for RSI in emergency intubations rages on. In this podcast, we review the latest randomized trial comparing rocuronium with succinylcholine in out-of-hospital patients needing emergency tracheal intubation – The CURASMUR Trial. Emergency medicine airway guru Dr. Ken Butler takes us through the paper and provides his expert opinion on which NMBA you should be reaching for in your next intubation!

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