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Airway Selfies

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Some joker on Twitter called Chrimes took this at Aspen, Colorado

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Managing high fluid airway situations

Collected tweets on managing persistent flooding of the airway with fluids (blood or gastric fluids)

Source: Managing high fluid airway situations

Bouncing Back from the Beach – Cutting to Air to secure an Emergency Surgical Airway – Thomas Dolven

Bouncing Back from the Beach – Cutting to Air to secure an Emergency Surgical Airway Summary by: Thomas Dolven To handle airways means being prepared to handle them all the way. You need to be prepared for a cannot intubate cannot oxygenate CICO scenario. The common, final end point of airway management in a is the emergency surgical airway, the cricothyroidotomy. So how to prepare? Often, it is not being taught right. This is a rare procedure under high stress and time sensitive. And most importantly, it is a bloody procedure that will be blind. You cannot use your eyes. So it needs a simple technique without fine motor skills, and it must be tactile. Your finger is the perfect tool for this task, and will guide you through it. The video of my personal real world experience is backed by available empirical evidence and lab training. There will never be an RCT, this is the best evidence we will have. So read NAPP4 and the case series article on the scalpel-finger-tube technique. Read these available articles, train, and remember these two key points: 1) There will be blood. But that’s OK, because. 2) Your finger can see.

Source: Bouncing Back from the Beach – Cutting to Air to secure an Emergency Surgical Airway – Thomas Dolven

Topicalising the Airway with Kovacs

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The Critically Ill Airway Course

“What is the Critically Ill Airway course?” you ask. Read this and wonder no more… Multiple skill stations and 12 immersive simulations for critical care practitioners (regardless of specialty) who need to bring airway expertise to the sickest patients.

Source: The Critically Ill Airway Course

Airway MasterClass -The Larynx

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FIVE THINGS (TO MASTER THE AIRWAY)

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The critical airway in adults: The facts

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Here is an intubation we prepared earlier

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Prehospital Airway management-Tales from the Street, ED and ICU

Lecture Prehospital Airway Management Oct 10 2015 UW Madison Difficult Airway Course Ver 2 from AirwayNautics on Vimeo.

SONA – SIDE OF NECK ACCESS

How’s this for thinking outside the box in the approach to the difficult airway!? Difficult airway algorithms and advanced management options for difficult airways mostly concentrate on getting into the trachea. But what happens if getting into the trachea is …

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Managing the Transected Airway by Georgie Harris

ENT surgeon Georgie Harris takes you through a logical approach to managing the horrific scenario of a transcected airway The post Managing the Transected Airway by Georgie Harris appeared first on Intensive Care Network.

http://intensivecarenetwork.com/managing-the-transected-airway-by-georgie-harris/

Critical Care Airway Management Course 2016 dates! Book now!

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Intubating the Super Sick, BroomeDocs style with Dr Casey Parker & Co

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Emesis is the Nemesis!

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Transition to CICO

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Rural General Practice

Thoughts and experiences on the journey to enlightenment

phemcast

A UK PREHOSPITAL PODCAST

EM in Focus

time to get focused on your patients.

EDExam

In memory of Dr John Hinds

Dr. Smith's ECG Blog

In memory of Dr John Hinds

airwayNautics

"Live as if you will die tomorrow; Learn as if you will live forever"

Songs or Stories

Sharing the Science and Art of Paediatric Anaesthesia

IC-HU PROJECT: HUMANIZING INTENSIVE CARE

In memory of Dr John Hinds

Liz Crowe

Wellbeing Counsellor and Educator

#badEM

In memory of Dr John Hinds

EM Basic

Your Boot Camp Guide to Emergency Medicine

Medical Admission Note

In memory of Dr John Hinds

gasdoc2857

Ramblings from a gasdoc with interests in #anaesthesia, #intensivecare, #echo, #PHEM and #FOAM

pulmcrit – EMCrit

In memory of Dr John Hinds

Miss Chardy

Laughter in the Outback

The Collective

A Hive Mind for Prehospital and Retrieval Med

Bits & Bumps

Obstetrics and Gynaecology FOAM

FOAMcast

Why FOAM it alone?

In memory of Dr John Hinds

DrGDH

Or "How I'm Learning to Stop Worrying and Love Emergency Medicine"

rain0021

A great WordPress.com site

Genevieve's anthology

Writings to amuse, teach, inspire and entertain.

JR Paramedic

In memory of Dr John Hinds

Monash Anaesthesia

In memory of Dr John Hinds

Keeweedoc

A topnotch WordPress.com site

BoringEM

Bringing the boring to emergency medicine

resusNautics

Navigating resuscitation

Doctor's bag

by Dr Edwin Kruys

EM nerd

In memory of Dr John Hinds

The Chart Review

In memory of Dr John Hinds

ETM Course

Emergency Trauma Management Course

The Doctor's Dilemma

Modern Medical Musings from Dr Marlene Pearce

Sim and Choppers

A blog combining medical education, simulation and helicopter retrieval medicine

GreenGP

Reflections of a Rural GP

Auckland HEMS

Unofficial site for prehospital care providers of the Auckland HEMS service

Rural Doctors Net

useful resources for rural clinicians

expensivecare

Searching for the big picture in intensive care

Nomadic GP

Adventures of a Rural Locum

AmboFOAM

Free Open Access Medical Education for Paramedics

Not just a GP

Why GP is the greatest job in the world

the short coat

In memory of Dr John Hinds

BoringEM

Bringing the Boring to EM

When your shift turns to shit? Keep moving, keep caring!

KI Doc

Kangaroo Island doctor blogging about Rural Medicine in Australia

thebluntdissection

pulling apart cases from the ED...

Little Medic

Learning everything I can from everywhere I can. This is my little blog to keep track of new things medical, paramedical and pre-hospital from a student's perspective.

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