Intubation during a medevac flight: safety and effect on total prehospital time in the helicopter emergency medical service system | Scandinavian Journal of Trauma, Resuscitation and Emergency Medicine | Full Text

The Helicopter Emergency Medical Service (HEMS) commonly intubates patients who require advanced airway support prior to takeoff. In-flight intubation (IFI) is avoided because it is considered difficult due to limited space, difficulty communicating, and vibration in flight. However, IFI may shorten the total prehospital time. We tested whether IFI can be performed safely by the… Continue Reading

Introducing SCRAM

SCRAM® seamlessly integrates into any airway management strategy. “Our vision is to enhance the performance of emergency airway management by promoting Safe, Well Governed Emergency Anaesthesia and Tracheal intubation.” #SCRAM @jonmcck @neilsincl — Paul Swinton (@paswinton) April 7, 2019 Peak Inside – Pre-production prototype of Paediatric SCRAM SOON to be launched alongside Paed EMS SCRAM… Continue Reading


Chrimes SAM17 Ovassapian Lecture, Safe Airway Management Everywhere, Vortex approach and CICO rescue 👍🏻 — Carin Hagberg, MD (@CarinHagberg) September 16, 2017

Trauma Airway Management

#ShockTrauma review: There is a large knife sticking out the middle of the patient’s face Now, what about the airway — Anesthesiology News (@anesthesianews) September 1, 2017

Yellowstone Airway course June 2017!

Come join amazing faculty + amazing settings #YellowstoneAirway Great meet connect share renew! No bison intubations — Yen Chow (@TBayEDguy) March 7, 2017 #YellowstoneAirwayTowering TetonsTalks of Terrifying TubesTerrestrial TreatsTerrific ToolsTall Tube TalesHT @airwaycam Beauty:Death — Yen Chow (@TBayEDguy) March 7, 2017 .@airwaycam @drlauraduggan @jducanto @emupdates @jadamlaw @5280EM Come have #SALAD with @TBayEDguy… Continue Reading

The Dubbo SALAD

RFDS paramedics train with a vomiting dummy | Daily Mail Online@RoyalFlyingDoc @AndyCaldin @brendt_p @jducanto — Andy Caldin (@AndyCaldin) March 23, 2017

An abominable airway!

the case. a 28 year old male presents to your Emergency Department with a 2-3 week history of increasing neck swelling. He is now spitting out frank purulent discharge from his mouth and reports fevers and night sweats. He reports a rapid increase in neck swelling which is now preventing him from eating a normal… Continue Reading

The Italian Airway Connection – come join in!

@jducanto @TBayEDguy @kovacsgj @MEDEST118 @ketaminh @antogulli @TheNeurosim @airwaycam @christifulli88 @NoDesat @domagojsono #you'reInvited — carmine della vella (@airwayGladiator) March 3, 2017 //