Jimmy D is back with more videos on intubation via a supraglottic airway and a really novel twist!
Pre-hospital and Retrieval Environment The environment which we work in is unforgiving. It is a given that we will always be working with limited resources and staff. As a retrieval anaesthetist once quipped to a course class “There is no emergency button to push on the wall!”
Epinephrine and OHCA..Tim Noonan is a paramedic in Maryland, USA and he has no doubts about this issue. Tune in and listen up
Folks, this is Dr Seth Trueger, Chief Resident at Mt Sinai Hospital EM department, New York City. THIS IS A MUST WATCH EPISODE!
Hi folks, today I interview Dr Darren Braude, an emergency physician in New Mexico and the man most associated with the novel concept of the Rapid Sequence Airway
Jimmy D is back with a video on intubation via a supraglottic airway but with a novel twist!
Hi folks, Dr Bill Hinckley, sent me an awesome audio powerpoint recording on DASH -1 A emergency airway concept
A special treat for those passionate about emergency airway management! Dr James Du Canto is an anaesthesiologist with a keen interest bordering on obsession with management of the difficult airway
Bond University, Gold Coast, Australia and Royal Flying Doctor Service Queensland have launched an immersive, innovative Retrieval Medicine course.
Hi, folks! Come join me at this awesome conference
Hi folks! On this podcast I interview Dr Brian Burns, Emergency Physician and Retrieval Specialist with Greater Sydney Area HEMS service, Sydney, Australia. He is the director of clinical research for his service so knows a thing or two about clinical studies!
Hi folks, today I interview Thomas Pahl, PA-C (physician assistant, emergency medicine), Mille Lacs Health System, Onamia, Minnesota.
Hi folks, today I interview Dr Bill Hinckley, an emergency physician in Cincinnati, Ohio who also is a flight physician on the Helicopter Emergency Service(HEMS),Air Care & Mobile Care, UC Health – University Hospital
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How do you simulate a blood filled airway for training?