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Posts from the ‘Online critical airway training’ Category

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

The PowerGrip by Master DuCanto

The Italian Airway Job

In Emergency Medicine “Simplicity” is synonymous of efficiency, efficacy and reproducibility. More the time frame is stressful more we need procedures that are efficient, efficacious and standardised, in one word SIMPLE. Critcothyrodotomy and chest drain are procedures usually performed in high stressing scenarios and more simply they are more chance of success they have. I […]

via Prehospital Emergency Procedures: Scalpel, Finger, Bougie. That’s all you need! — MEDEST

Cric model- Open access 3D print design and instructions!

Reboot kids RSI

Respect for the classics doesn’t mean being stuck with them. Here’s a refresher on why you might not want to do RSI like they used to by Dr Andrew Weatherall. This one is a cross post picked up from the paeds anaesthesia site he chips in on, http://www.songsorstories.com Everything in medicine needs the occasional reboot. I mean […]

via Old School/New School – Updating Classic RSI — The Collective

Sydney Airway course with Dr Levitan, 2017!

What an airway case from AirCare!

IMAGE CREATED BY GRACE LAGASSE, MD. THIS WORK IS LICENSED UNDER A CREATIVE COMMONS ATTRIBUTION-NONCOMMERICAL-SHARELIKE 4.0 INTERNATIONAL LICENSE. Air Care was dispatched to a scene for a male patient in his 20s who was involved in a motor vehicle collision. Prior to arrival, first responders report that the patient was entrapped in his vehicle with…

via Annals of B-Pod: To Cric or Not to Cric? — Taming the SRU

Intubation in cardiac arrest

Another study on airway management in cardiac arrest was just published in JAMA. The study was done in Denmark, where all intubations elective and emergency are done by anaesthestetists. It was a retrospective study, where they matched intubated patients with … Continue reading →

via INTUBATION IN ARREST – AGAIN —

Routine VL in ICU intubations is faith based medicine

Video Laryngoscopy for Endotracheal Intubation of Critically Ill Adults: A Systemic Review and Meta-analysis