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OxyTain: Not Unique, But a Successful Adaptation of the Royal Perth Hospital “Cannot Intubate, Cannot Oxygenate” Rescue Approach in a North American Setting

Douglas, Scott G. MBBS(Hons), FANCZA; Eakins, Patrick D. MBBS, FRCA, FANZCA; Toner, Andrew J. BMBCh, FRCA, FANZCA, MD(Res); Patel, Prabir R. MBBS, FRCA, FANZCA; Do, Thy B. MBBCh(Hons), FRCA, FANZCA

doi: 10.1213/XAA.0000000000001107
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Department of Anaesthesia & Pain Medicine, Royal Perth Hospital, Perth, Western Australia, scott.douglas@health.wa.gov.au

The authors write representing the RPH Airway Research & Education Group, and in particular on behalf of Dr Andy Heard, who suffered a catastrophic spinal injury in 2018. Dr Heard has been the Chief Investigator in our airway training laboratory for 15 years and has made an immeasurable contribution in the area of CICO rescue. The authors have had discussions with Dr Heard regarding OxyTain since its publication, but due to acute illness, he has been unable to review this manuscript in a timely fashion; therefore, he is not listed as an author.

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