Listen to this nice calm narrator. Ahhhh.
Acute Respiratory Distress at change of shift:
A rapid response is called. We start ventilating with the ambu-bag which brings the saturation up and of course the patient needs immediate intubation.
So the RT attempts twice and does not get it in.
Another RT tries twice and does not get it in.
The MD tries twice and does not get it in.
STAT Anesthesia is paged: He strolls in all calm in his surgical scrubs and bandanna, we give him the stuff and he slips it right in, and strolls on out of the room, happily and calmly.