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Figure 6

Figure 6. From: Identifying and Improving Knowledge Deficits of Emergency Airway Management of Tracheotomy and Laryngectomy Patients: A Pilot Patient Safety Initiative.

Do not blindly reinsert recently operated tracheotomy tubes (% Correct).

Ivan H. El-Sayed, et al. Int J Otolaryngol. 2010;2010:638742.
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Figure 8

Figure 8. From: Identifying and Improving Knowledge Deficits of Emergency Airway Management of Tracheotomy and Laryngectomy Patients: A Pilot Patient Safety Initiative.

Stay sutures allow easier reinsertion of tracheotomy tube (% Correct).

Ivan H. El-Sayed, et al. Int J Otolaryngol. 2010;2010:638742.
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Figure 7

Figure 7. From: Identifying and Improving Knowledge Deficits of Emergency Airway Management of Tracheotomy and Laryngectomy Patients: A Pilot Patient Safety Initiative.

Do not continue ventilating an obstructed or displaced tracheotomy tube (% Correct).

Ivan H. El-Sayed, et al. Int J Otolaryngol. 2010;2010:638742.
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Figure 5

Figure 5. From: Identifying and Improving Knowledge Deficits of Emergency Airway Management of Tracheotomy and Laryngectomy Patients: A Pilot Patient Safety Initiative.

Tracheotomy patients can have an oral airway if tube is cuffless or cuff is deflated (% Correct).

Ivan H. El-Sayed, et al. Int J Otolaryngol. 2010;2010:638742.
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Figure 12

Figure 12. From: Identifying and Improving Knowledge Deficits of Emergency Airway Management of Tracheotomy and Laryngectomy Patients: A Pilot Patient Safety Initiative.

Received education/training on emergent airway situations in last 12 months?

Ivan H. El-Sayed, et al. Int J Otolaryngol. 2010;2010:638742.
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Figure 10

Figure 10. From: Identifying and Improving Knowledge Deficits of Emergency Airway Management of Tracheotomy and Laryngectomy Patients: A Pilot Patient Safety Initiative.

Have had ≥1 emergent situations with an altered airway in the last 12 months.

Ivan H. El-Sayed, et al. Int J Otolaryngol. 2010;2010:638742.
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Figure 1

Figure 1. From: Identifying and Improving Knowledge Deficits of Emergency Airway Management of Tracheotomy and Laryngectomy Patients: A Pilot Patient Safety Initiative.

The UCSF Emergency Airway Access Form, posted at the bedside of all patients with surgically altered airways (reprinted with permission of UCSF and the Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery).

Ivan H. El-Sayed, et al. Int J Otolaryngol. 2010;2010:638742.

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