Atemwegsmanagement mit supraglottischen Atemwegshilfen in der Kindernotfallmedizin

F. Hoffmann, J. Keil, B. Urban, P. Jung, C. Eich, F. Hoffmann, A. Schiele, A. Parsch, B. Matsche, C. Eich, K. Becke, B. Landsleitner, S. G. Russo, M. Bernhard, T. Nicolai

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Background: Airway management with supraglottic airway devices (SGA) in life-threatening emergencies involving children is becoming increasingly more important. The laryngeal mask (LM) and the laryngeal tube (LT) are devices commonly used for this purpose. This article presents a literature review and consensus statement by various societies on the use of SGA in pediatric emergency medicine. Material and methods: Literature search in the database PubMed and classification of studies according to the criteria of the Oxford Centre for Evidence-based Medicine levels of evidence. Results: The evidence for successful application of the various types of LM is significantly higher than for LT application. Reports of smaller series of successful applications of LT are currently limited to selected research groups and centers. Insufficient evidence currently exists for the successful application of the LT especially for children below 10 kg body weight and, therefore, its routine use cannot currently be recommended. SGAs used for emergencies should have a possibility for gastric drainage. Discussion: Considering the scientific data and the large clinical experience with the LM in medical routine and emergency situations in children, currently only the LM can be recommended for alternative (i.e. non-intubation) air- way management in children. If alternative airway management is part of a local emergency strategy, the LM should be provided in all pediatric sizes (1, 1.5, 2, 2.5, 3, 4 and 5) for prehospital and in-hospital emergency use and all users should be regularly trained in its application.

Titel in ÜbersetzungAirway management with supraglotic airway devices in pediatric emergency medicine: Laryngeal mask is state-of-the-art
ZeitschriftAnasthesiologie und Intensivmedizin
Seiten (von - bis)377-386
PublikationsstatusVeröffentlicht - 06.2016

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  • Forschungsschwerpunkt: Gehirn, Hormone, Verhalten - Center for Brain, Behavior and Metabolism (CBBM)


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