First Tele-Intubation Takes Place at University of Arizona
National Airway Faculty Member, John C. Sakles, MD participated in the first reported case of using a videolaryngoscope (GlideScope) and a telemedicine network to assist in the intubation of a patient at a remote hospital. Read more about this pioneering use of technology to improve patient care.
Telemedicine and Telepresence for Prehospital and Remote Hospital Tracheal Intubation Using a GlideScope Videolaryngoscope: A Model for Tele-Intubation
By John C. Sakles, M.D., FACEP, Jarrod Mosier, M.D., George Hadeed, M.P.H., Michael Hudson, M.D., Terence Valenzuela, M.D., and Rifat Latifi, M.D., FACS