Perbandingan Intubasi Endotrakea Menggunakan Clip-on Smartphone Camera Videolaryngoscope dengan Laringoskop Macintosh pada Manekin

Fariz Wajdi Latuconsina, Dedi Fitri Yadi, Suwarman Suwarman

Abstract


Intubasi endotrakea merupakan gold standard dalam manajemen jalan napas. Teknik laringoskopi direk merupakan teknik yang sulit sehingga berpotensi menyebabkan kegagalan khususnya pada orang yang tidak berpengalaman. Tujuan penelitian ini menilai keberhasilan, lama waktu, dan kemudahan intubasi endotrakea pada manekin menggunakan clip-on smartphone camera videolaryngoscope dibanding dengan laringoskop Macintosh. Penelitian dilakukan menggunakan metode crossover randomized study melibatkan 23 orang mahasiswa kedokteran di RSUP Dr. Hasan Sadikin Bandung pada Oktober 2017. Dari penelitian ini didapatkan keberhasilan intubasi endotrakea menggunakan clip-on smartphone camera videolaryngoscope lebih tinggi (96%) dibandingkan dengan menggunakan laringoskop Macintosh (65%). Lama waktu intubasi endotrakea rata-rata juga terbukti lebih singkat menggunakan clip-on smartphone camera videolaryngoscope (32 detik) dibanding dengan laringoskop Macintosh (52 detik). Intubasi endotrakea menggunakan clip-on smartphone camera videolaryngoscope lebih mudah (4) dibanding dengan menggunakan laringoskop Macintosh (6). Ketiga variabel menunjukkan perbedaan yang signifikan dengan nilai p<0,05. Simpulan, penggunaan clip-on smartphone camera video laryngoscope untuk intubasi endotrakea memiliki keberhasilan yang lebih tinggi, lama waktu intubasi endotrakea yang lebih singkat, dan intubasi endotrakea yang lebih mudah dibanding dengan menggunakan laringoskop Macintosh.

Kata kunci: Clip-on smartphone camera videolaryngoscope, intubasi  endotrakea, laringoskopi direk, video-laryngoscope

 


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Clip-on smartphone camera videolaryngoscope, intubasi endotrakea, laringoskopi direk, video- laryngoscope

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