Keywords: access, IO, IV, resucitation (PubMed Search)
This study found that time to intraosseous was faster than time to peripheral IV. This lead to quicker resuscitation time. This was particularly true in pateints that arrived without a pre-hospital IV.
Dumas, Ryan P. MD; Vella, Michael A. MD; Maiga, Amelia W. MD; Erickson, Caroline R. MD; Dennis, Brad M. MD; da Luz, Luis T. MD, MSc; Pannell, Dylan MD; Quigley, Emily BSN; Velopulos, Catherine G. MD; Hendzlik, Peter; Marinica, Alexander DO; Bruce, Nolan MD; Margolick, Joseph MD; Butler, Dale F. MD; Estroff, Jordan MD; Zebley, James A. MD; Alexander, Ashley MD; Mitchell, Sarah MD; Grossman Verner, Heather M. MS; Truitt, Michael MD; Berry, Stepheny MD; Middlekauff, Jennifer BSN; Luce, Siobhan MD; Leshikar, David MD; Krowsoski, Leandra MD; Bukur, Marko MD; Polite, Nathan M. DO; McMann, Ashley H. MD; Staszak, Ryan MD; Armen, Scott B. MD; Horrigan, Tiffany MD; Moore, Forrest O. MD; Bjordahl, Paul MD; Guido, Jenny MD; Mathew, Sarah MD; Diaz, Bernardo F. MD; Mooney, Jennifer MD; Hebeler, Katherine MD; Holena, Daniel N. MD. Moving the needle on time to resuscitation: An EAST prospective multicenter study of vascular access in hypotensive injured patients using trauma video review. Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery 95(1):p 87-93, July 2023. | DOI: 10.1097/TA.0000000000003958