barrier enclosure during endotracheal intubation | nejm ... @a dvp erf ormhd we performed usability

Barrier Enclosure during Endotracheal Intubation | NEJM ... @A dvP erf ormHD We performed usability
Barrier Enclosure during Endotracheal Intubation | NEJM ... @A dvP erf ormHD We performed usability
Barrier Enclosure during Endotracheal Intubation | NEJM ... @A dvP erf ormHD We performed usability
Barrier Enclosure during Endotracheal Intubation | NEJM ... @A dvP erf ormHD We performed usability
Barrier Enclosure during Endotracheal Intubation | NEJM ... @A dvP erf ormHD We performed usability
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  • Advanced Performance Healthcare Design 8 Apr 20 • 15 tweets • AdvPerformHD/status/1247993998989578242

    @AdvPerformHD

    We performed usability testing on the intubation box that

    has gained popularity & recent @NEJM publication

    Thread with our findings (conducted by @petrosoniak &

    @HumanFact0rz )

    We used a modified pluralistic walkthrough technique

    @NicholasChrimes

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    Barrier Enclosure during Endotracheal Intubation | NEJM Correspondence from The New England Journal of Medicine — Barrier Enclosure

    during Endotracheal Intubation

    https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMc2007589

    SUMMARY: We identified multiple logistical and ergonomic issues associated with the use of the intubation box & based on this WE CANNOT RECOMMEND this device at this time within

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  • an emergency department setting.

    For more details, see below

    2/

    We didn't test ability of box to protect the team from contact/droplet and aerosol contamination. Unless there is evidence of nearly 100% exposure risk reduction to team, ergonomic impedances, logistical challenges far outweigh the infection control that might be provided

    3/

    We divided the testing into 3 stages: 1. pre-intubation 2. peri-intubation 3. post-intubation

    4/

    Pre-intubation

    This device is large and requires a dedicated storage location

    A cleaning process is needed to ensure consistently ready for use

    5/

    Requires dedicated individual to transport this to the patient bedside

    A variety of our staff tested and were able to transport it to the bedside without assistance

    Our taller staff could place on beds but our shorter staff, found it challenging requiring more help

    6/

    We tested multiple positions of the bed. The device remained in place from 0 to 30 degrees without issue. It seemed more stable at 30 degrees. 7/

  • Our beds aren't perfect rectangles allowing tubing to effectively pass under the box to the wall connections without kinking

    8/

    PERI-INTUBATION We piloted w/ 3 intubators and optimal bed position Short (5ft1in): visualization OK Average (5ft7in): Problematic Tall (6ft2in): Adequate

    Glare from overhead lights is significant for tall operators & impacted visuals during initial steps of intubation 9/

    We required an additional person to position the device in a timely manner. Without this, we had to contend with opportunity costs that other tasks would be delayed

    10/

    Bump test in multiple directions. Device exhibited head of bed instability falling into the intubator but lateral manipulation was stable. 11/

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  • Each intubator was able to successfully intubate using both a Mac 3 & Hyperangulated blade (Glidescope).

    There were delays noted in the intubation process of at least 30 seconds.

    12/

    Task specific challenges included: -difficulty manipulating the bougie -difficulty using a rigid stylet (usual stylet depicted here) -difficulty with suction use (with Yankauer)

    13/

    Additional thoughts Not feasible to have in place for a cricothyroidotomy

    LMA was placed without difficulty

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    Must be set aside for CPR

    14/

    Post-intubation In smaller room if placed on the ground, may occupy valuable room space esp if resuscitation continues

    Moving to the floor/out of the room did not expose significant issues but required attention to patient circuits, a risk of disconnect can't be discounted end

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