— Luciano (@CaccamoLuciano) May 19, 2018
Posts from the ‘Online critical airway training’ Category
#Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium Pragmatic Airway Resucitation Trial : Laryngeal Tube vs. ETT. 72 hr survival (18.2% vs 15.3%), ROSC (27.9% vs 24.1%), hospital survival (10.8% vs 8.0), neurologically intact discharge (7.0% vs 5.0) all favoring LT with p=0.02 or less. pic.twitter.com/2NPnngxn5W
— Russell Griffin LP, FP-C (@ResusFliteMedic) May 17, 2018
@drlauraduggan @ketaminh would appreciate your comments on my video: Indirect laryngoscopy in the ED https://t.co/QBxSD5BCIX from the https://t.co/rNdgplVo0Y reverse classroom course #FOAmed #intubation #anesthesia #anaesthesia #CRNA pic.twitter.com/HxnUVdopkN
— Will Rosenblatt, MD (@AirwayOnDemand) May 18, 2018
This new qualitative study from @hypoxicchicken et al. identifies and discusses human factors enablers and barriers for successful airway management.
— Anaesthesia (@Anaes_Journal) May 4, 2018
Our co-hosts discuss the ever-changing practice of airway management
— Read on www.ems1.com/ems-products/medical-equipment/airway-management/articles/380851048-Inside-EMS-Podcast-Is-intubation-dead-in-EMS/
Different Dragons – A Quest Updated
https://t.co/CcnuZLN2AL. “Assuming care is taken to limit neck movement, providers should use the intubation technique with which they have the most comfort and skill”. Directly applicable to prehospital/retrieval airway management of suspected CSI patients.
— Bryan Feinstein (@bfeiny) April 14, 2018
This is a slightly different bit of sharing. Dr Andrew Weatherall works at The Children’s Hospital at Westmead where they’ve been quietly working away at a redesign of the difficult airway trolley. Here is the story so far … Middle age is not always kind. You start to look a little tired. Nostril hairs are a […]
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