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Posts by ketaminh

From doctor to patient

Start laryngoscopy training early, like before med school

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My son with an Airtraq!

Stop the intubated patient dying stuff

Bougie stuff

SAD stuff

Ketamine and rocuronium should become the first-line choices for RSI in critically ill patients.

$500 video stylet outperforms all other video laryngoscopes

Sedated Oral Intubation AincA VideoStylet following Topical Anesthetic from AirwayNautics on Vimeo.

More From the Italian Airway Job 2017

This talk was recorded live at Arezzo Cadaver Lab on June 5 2017. The Slides Airway decision making from Mario Rugna

via AIRWAY MANAGEMENT. DECISION MAKING, STRATEGIES AND CLINICAL OPTIONS — MEDEST

On-shift simulation in aeromedical operations –making it work.

Here’s the open access article. We love open access
On-shift simulation in aeromedical operations –making it work.

In favour of resilience training

Okay, deep breath…time to come clean… I think resilience is important. There, I’ve said it. But wait, there’s more! Not only do I think it is important, I think we should educate staff to understand what resilience is and help them to become as resilient as they can be. I think it just makes sense […]

via A Dirty Secret — Broken Toy

The PowerGrip by Master DuCanto

Resiliency training in medicine is a farce

Emergency a bloody long way from anywhere

Three hours into an intercontinental flight, the dark blue waters of the Pacific ocean pass below. A cloudless azure sky offers contrast. The remains of another airline lunch has been collected. Postprandial heads began nodding. A few fellow passengers have already succumbed to slumber assisted by duty free spirits. “Can a medical practitioner please make […]

via Emergency at 30,000 feet. — rain0021

The World’s Most Sophisticated Algorithm for Choosing a Med Specialty

PHARM Podcast 176 Live tweeting by ambulance services: a growing concern

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

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