Dr Jim DuCanto on his SMACC US experience

This will be good! @jducanto Airway Toolbox #smaccus pic.twitter.com/gVO1l56R9x — Thomas D (@thomas1973) June 26, 2015 Party bus w/@TbayEDguy on way to SMACC Gala pic.twitter.com/l5RtvLXc6T — James DuCanto (@jducanto) July 9, 2015 The following is an excerpt from feedback that Jim provided me after SMACC Chicago. He kindly gave permission to share his thoughts withContinue reading “Dr Jim DuCanto on his SMACC US experience”

PHARM Podcast 119 with Ben Meadley MICA paramedic

@johnboy237 ably assisting with @AmbulanceVic HEMS. Thanks for visiting, hope you enjoyed the show! pic.twitter.com/XTNJ7KtL2a — Ben Meadley (@ben_meadley) October 9, 2014 Ben is the ugly one on the right

Impact of Video Laryngoscopy on Advanced Airway Management by Critical Care Transport Paramedics and Nurses Using the CMAC Pocket Monitor

There have been mixed results with studies of videolaryngoscopes in prehospital and retrieval medicine. This is a positive one! And open access too! Impact of Video Laryngoscopy on Advanced Airway Management by Critical Care Transport Paramedics and Nurses Using the CMAC Pocket Monitor

NYC Airway course , 19-20th September 2015 – PLACES STILL LEFT, HURRY!

Register for one of the last 10 spots remaining on this excellent airway training course Directed by Dr Richard Levitan, an awesome faculty will teach you the cutting edge of emergency airway management Learn from the likes of Scott Weingart and George Kovacs! Brilliant talk from @emcrit: consider DSI to prevent peri-intubation arrest in hypoxicContinue reading “NYC Airway course , 19-20th September 2015 – PLACES STILL LEFT, HURRY!”

Alternative intubation techniques vs Macintosh laryngoscopy in patients with cervical spine immobilization: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

Interesting open access article from Switzerland! Alternative intubation techniques vs Macintosh laryngoscopy in patients with cervical spine immobilization: systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials

Video laryngoscopy using Android Mobile Phone!

Ultraportable #Videolaryngoscopy using an Android #mobile phone! Used UVC USB Camera app CameraFi pic.twitter.com/2ZHNniWuzt — John George K (@johngeorgedon) June 14, 2015 @Selhadi Its a generic usb endoscopic camera, you can get it online, ex: at http://t.co/JTY70ANkWT+ The app is here https://t.co/8NDJAszEvZ — John George K (@johngeorgedon) June 14, 2015