Some of the more popular posts on this site have been the ones where we vox pop paediatric anaesthetists for their top tips on a topic. The brief is easy: what are the things you most commonly say to people trying to learn this particular skill. Today’s edition – laryngoscopy. So here is a collection of thoughts […]
Posts from the ‘airway’ Category
— Fibroanestesia (@fibroanestesia) December 11, 2015
EMCrit Wee – Converting a Laryngeal Airway to an Endotracheal Tube while Maintaining Ventilation with Darren Braude https://t.co/tTdZe7Gl1P
— Scott Weingart (@emcrit) December 10, 2015
“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
Endotracheal tube cuff pressures and tube position in critically injured patients on arrival at a referral centre: Avoidable harm?
AfJEM online first Endotracheal tube cuff pressures and tube position in critically injured patients on arrival… https://t.co/JuytTz04AB
— AfJEM (@AfJEM) December 9, 2015
Celia Bradford reviews the FELLOW trial of Apneic Oxygenation for Intubation in ICU patients and described the strengths, weaknesses and the bottom line