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Table 1 Characteristics of participants

From: Comparison of Miller and Airtraq laryngoscopes for orotracheal intubation by physicians wearing CBRN protective equipment during infant resuscitation: a randomized crossover simulation study

Characteristics N= 41
Age, year (median, IQR) 34 [31–42]
Male, n (%) 20 (49)
Year of graduation (median, IQR) 2010 [2003–2014]
Diploma, n (%)  
EM specialty (DESC) 17 (41)
Last year of EM specialty 7 (17)
GP with EM specialty (CMU) 8 (20)
Pediatric specialty 8 (20)
Critical care specialty 1 (2)
Working experience in ED, year (median, IQR) 5 [2–13]
Experience of infant intubation, n (%)  
O 14 (34)
1 to 5 14 (34)
> 5 13 (32)
Experience of CBRN-PPE wearing, n (%)  
0 16 (39)
1 to 5 22 (53)
> 5 3 (8)
How comfortable are you (*) (median, IQR)  
When intubate infant 4 [2–6]
When wearing CBRN-PPE 4 [4–6]
  1. *: verbal analogue scale from 0 to 10; CBRN-PPE: chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear personal protective equipment; CMU: capacité de médecine d’urgence (capacity of emergency medicine); DESC: diplômes d’études spécialisées complémentaires (complementary specialized studies diplomas); ED: emergency department; EM: emergency medicine; GP: general practitioner; IQR: interquartile range