Error traps in pediatric difficult airway management – Sohn – – Pediatric Anesthesia – Wiley Online Library

Error traps in pediatric difficult airway management – Sohn – – Pediatric Anesthesia – Wiley Online Library — Read on onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/pan.14289

Episode 77: Dr. Jim Ducanto and Everything Airway — The Overrun

Dr. Jim Ducanto is an anesthesiologist that discusses airway management like it’s the final scene of an action movie. It’s very exciting, and your learn a lot without even realizing it. — Read on http://www.overrunproductions.com/podcast/2021/9/27/episode-77-dr-jim-ducanto-and-everything-airway My

PHARM podcast Episode 238 Prehospital care of severe facial trauma

Horse’s hoof v face causing a massive max-fax haemorrhage. “Anyone got any ideas?”#ATACC @ATACCfaculty pic.twitter.com/OymgZNhxUX — Kate Prior 💙 (@doctorwibble) September 4, 2021 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Pediatric Prehospital Advanced Airway Management by Anesthesiologist and Nurse Anesthetist Staffed Critical Care Teams – PubMed

This study observed a high overall prehospital TI success rate in children with relatively few associated complications and short time on scene, despite the challenges presented by the pediatric prehospital TI. — Read on pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/34254579/

Tracheal intubation in microgravity: a simulation study comparing direct laryngoscopy and videolaryngoscopy† – British Journal of Anaesthesia

Tracheal intubation in microgravity: a simulation study comparing direct laryngoscopy and videolaryngoscopy† – British Journal of Anaesthesia — Read on bjanaesthesia.org/article/S0007-0912(19)30935-3/fulltext

Canadian Airway Focus Group updated consensus-based recommendations for management of the difficult airway: part 1. Difficult airway management encountered in an unconscious patient | SpringerLink

Since the last Canadian Airway Focus Group (CAFG) guidelines were published in 2013, the literature on airway management has expanded substantially. The CA — Read on link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s12630-021-02007-0

Dr James DuCanto with SALAD

our next patient: 42 year old male; alcoholic liver disease; unwell for several days; lethargic/confused; jaundiced; tense ascitic abdomen. The patient starts to vomit fresh red blood, initially a few cupfuls, then profuse and unrelenting. They’re choking and unable to protect their own airway; sats dip to 88%; RR goes up to 32. Normal suctioningContinue reading “Dr James DuCanto with SALAD”

EMCrit 300 – Airway Continuous Quality Improvement and the Resus Airway Bundle — EMCrit Project

If you are not measuring your success, it probably is not that great EMCrit Project by Scott Weingart, MD FCCM. EMCrit 300 – Airway Continuous Quality Improvement and the Resus Airway Bundle — EMCrit Project

Supraglottic airway devices — Don’t Forget the Bubbles

Cite this article as: Jessica Rogers. Supraglottic airway devices, Don’t Forget the Bubbles, 2021. Available at:https://doi.org/10.31440/DFTB.32780 Endotracheal intubation (ETI) in children is thankfully rare and our first pass success rate could definitely do with some improvement. It is difficult to compare the efficacy of various advanced airway techniques in children. There are ethical implications, of… SupraglotticContinue reading “Supraglottic airway devices — Don’t Forget the Bubbles”