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    Laryngoscope application makes it possible for resuscitator to place endotracheal tubus into trachea in order to provide free airway. Furthermore, EI helps in removing all substances (blood, mud, vomited matter, parts of dental prosthesis etc) which can obstruct airways and disable ventilation process
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    . Artificial ventilation is performed in cases of apnea or nonstabile spontaneous respiriltion. Depending on technical basis and patient condition, high percentage of oxygen is recommended in ambuballoon treatment.

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    Due to usually extremely complex circumstances in field conditions (low accessibility, restricted manipulation) it is often hard, not only to accomplish EI in the ordinary way, but even to place laryngeal mask or endoesophageal tubus
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    . The objective of this paper is to suggest a new technique of EI which can be done in field conditions of restrained space as well as in «normal» conditions [12]. This method hasn't been described in professional literature yet, but it was confirmed in our praxis.

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    The necessity of immediate action at the scene of incident means that EI must be done at the places often unreachable for ambulance and on the various surfaces like: send, mud, concrete, snow, soil overgrown with high grass or grain etc
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    . Anyway, the most difficult places for EI are small flats where is impossible to start resuscitation without moving the furniture. These limiting circumstances impose a need for appropriate EI technique, usable under the roughest conditions [3, 5].

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    Laryngoscope application makes it possible for resuscitator to place endotracheal tubus into trachea in order to provide free airway. Furthermore, EI helps in removing all substances (blood, mud, vomited matter, parts of dental prosthesis etc) which can obstruct airways and disable ventilation process
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    . Artificial ventilation is performed in cases of apnea or nonstabile spontaneous respiriltion. Depending on technical basis and patient condition, high percentage of oxygen is recommended in ambuballoon treatment.

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    This method hasn't been described in professional literature yet, but it was confirmed in our praxis. This method has also been acepted and it is used by emergency medical systems worldwideMunchen, Zagreb, Otava etc
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    . Materials and Methods When patient is lying on his back (Photograph I), righthanded resuscitator takes position on the left side of his lumbal region, while kneels on the right knee and holds onto left foot.

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    Anyway, the most difficult places for EI are small flats where is impossible to start resuscitation without moving the furniture. These limiting circumstances impose a need for appropriate EI technique, usable under the roughest conditions
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    . Our method has been applied by some of the staff in Urgent Medical Help Service, but it tends to become a simple professional routine there. Common feature for all accomplished interventions is that EI was performed in such conditions which did not represent even the minimum for intubation done in a conventional way [6, 8].

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    . The necessity of immediate action at the scene of incident means that EI must be done at the places often unreachable for ambulance and on the various surfaces like: send, mud, concrete, snow, soil overgrown with high grass or grain etc [2, 10, 11].

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    Anyway, the most difficult places for EI are small flats where is impossible to start resuscitation without moving the furniture. These limiting circumstances impose a need for appropriate EI technique, usable under the roughest conditions
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    . Our method has been applied by some of the staff in Urgent Medical Help Service, but it tends to become a simple professional routine there. Common feature for all accomplished interventions is that EI was performed in such conditions which did not represent even the minimum for intubation done in a conventional way [6, 8].

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    Our method has been applied by some of the staff in Urgent Medical Help Service, but it tends to become a simple professional routine there. Common feature for all accomplished interventions is that EI was performed in such conditions which did not represent even the minimum for intubation done in a conventional way
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    . The shortest performing time at Endotracheal intubation (EI), as a part of resuscitation procedure, represents a method which enables artifiАдрес для корреспонденции (Correspondence to): Sava Gavriloviс ́ E-mail: milkens@sbb.rs ОБЩАЯ РЕАНИМАТОЛОГИЯ, 2010, VI; 387 www.niiorramn.ru Fig. 1.

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    Our method has been applied by some of the staff in Urgent Medical Help Service, but it tends to become a simple professional routine there. Common feature for all accomplished interventions is that EI was performed in such conditions which did not represent even the minimum for intubation done in a conventional way
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    . The shortest performing time at Endotracheal intubation (EI), as a part of resuscitation procedure, represents a method which enables artifiАдрес для корреспонденции (Correspondence to): Sava Gavriloviс ́ E-mail: milkens@sbb.rs ОБЩАЯ РЕАНИМАТОЛОГИЯ, 2010, VI; 387 www.niiorramn.ru Fig. 1.

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Davis D., Hoyt D., Ochs M. et al.The effect of paramedic rapid sequence intubation on outcome in patients with severe traumatic brain injury. J. Trauma 2003; 54 (3): 444—453.
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    Results and Conclusions In urgent medicine, there are several indications for EI such as: respiratory/cardiac arrest (or insufficiency), heavy polytraumas, external or internal bleeding folIowed by blood loss higher than 20% of circulatory volume
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    . The necessity of immediate action at the scene of incident means that EI must be done at the places often unreachable for ambulance and on the various surfaces like: send, mud, concrete, snow, soil overgrown with high grass or grain etc [2, 10, 11].

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    Due to usually extremely complex circumstances in field conditions (low accessibility, restricted manipulation) it is often hard, not only to accomplish EI in the ordinary way, but even to place laryngeal mask or endoesophageal tubus
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    [2, 10, 12]
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    . The objective of this paper is to suggest a new technique of EI which can be done in field conditions of restrained space as well as in «normal» conditions [12]. This method hasn't been described in professional literature yet, but it was confirmed in our praxis.

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    Results and Conclusions In urgent medicine, there are several indications for EI such as: respiratory/cardiac arrest (or insufficiency), heavy polytraumas, external or internal bleeding folIowed by blood loss higher than 20% of circulatory volume
    Exact
    [4, 9, 10]
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    . The necessity of immediate action at the scene of incident means that EI must be done at the places often unreachable for ambulance and on the various surfaces like: send, mud, concrete, snow, soil overgrown with high grass or grain etc [2, 10, 11].

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    The necessity of immediate action at the scene of incident means that EI must be done at the places often unreachable for ambulance and on the various surfaces like: send, mud, concrete, snow, soil overgrown with high grass or grain etc
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    [2, 10, 11]
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    . Anyway, the most difficult places for EI are small flats where is impossible to start resuscitation without moving the furniture. These limiting circumstances impose a need for appropriate EI technique, usable under the roughest conditions [3, 5].

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    The necessity of immediate action at the scene of incident means that EI must be done at the places often unreachable for ambulance and on the various surfaces like: send, mud, concrete, snow, soil overgrown with high grass or grain etc
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    . Anyway, the most difficult places for EI are small flats where is impossible to start resuscitation without moving the furniture. These limiting circumstances impose a need for appropriate EI technique, usable under the roughest conditions [3, 5].

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Fišer Z., Gavrilovс ́S., Petakoviс ́G. et al. Urgentna endotrahealna intubacija direktnom laringoskopijom. Medicina danas 2002; 1 (1—2): 140—150. Поступила 03.03.10 88ОБЩАЯ РЕАНИМАТОЛОГИЯ, 2010, VI; 3
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    Due to usually extremely complex circumstances in field conditions (low accessibility, restricted manipulation) it is often hard, not only to accomplish EI in the ordinary way, but even to place laryngeal mask or endoesophageal tubus
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    [2, 10, 12]
    Suffix
    . The objective of this paper is to suggest a new technique of EI which can be done in field conditions of restrained space as well as in «normal» conditions [12]. This method hasn't been described in professional literature yet, but it was confirmed in our praxis.

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    circumstances in field conditions (low accessibility, restricted manipulation) it is often hard, not only to accomplish EI in the ordinary way, but even to place laryngeal mask or endoesophageal tubus [2, 10, 12]. The objective of this paper is to suggest a new technique of EI which can be done in field conditions of restrained space as well as in «normal» conditions
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    . This method hasn't been described in professional literature yet, but it was confirmed in our praxis. This method has also been acepted and it is used by emergency medical systems worldwideMunchen, Zagreb, Otava etc [3, 12].

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    This method hasn't been described in professional literature yet, but it was confirmed in our praxis. This method has also been acepted and it is used by emergency medical systems worldwideMunchen, Zagreb, Otava etc
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    [3, 12]
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    . Materials and Methods When patient is lying on his back (Photograph I), righthanded resuscitator takes position on the left side of his lumbal region, while kneels on the right knee and holds onto left foot.