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PHARM Podcast 144 The Vortex Reloaded with Nicholas Chrimes & Peter Fritz

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Emergency airway case report – between a rock and a hard place

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VL on every ambulance?

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Vortex Reloaded 2016

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Filling the Gap — Songs or Stories

Everyone’s got a theory about what to do in the CICO emergency. Unless the CICO situation is all about kids. Andrew Weatherall goes through a recent review on this arising from the kids’ hospital in Melbourne. If you’ve spent a bit of time online you would have noticed a phenomenon that isn’t particular to medical types but […]

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Tim and Jim in Dublin

Full credit for this goes to Dr James DuCanto, airway geek and innovator from Milwaukee, USA. It’s been my great privilege (and crazy pleasure) to facilitate with Jim at smacc airway workshops in Chicago and Dublin, using the SALAD sim (suction assisted laryngoscopic airway decontamination). This is a great setup to teach techniques to manage…

via Difficult Airway Training – The Wookie Wins! — KI Doc

#SMACCAirway in Dublin

St.Emlyn's – Meducation in Virchester #FOAMed In its 4th iteration at SMACC this year, the airway workshop was held twice – in the morning and afternoon. It was essentially a masterclass in what is being developed and implemented regarding airway simulation and skill around the world. Each workshop was divided into four sessions –…

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CICO Trainer for under $5 — KI Doc

The dreaded ‘cannot intubate, cannot oxygenate’ scenario is one which most clinicians will never encounter. In elective anaesthesia, the CICO rate has been described by Cook & Macdougall as 1/5000 in elective cases, proceeding to emergency surgical airway in 1/50,000 (a more recent study from Japan describes CICO as 1/32,000 – either way, a rare event). CICV although rare, accounts…

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Still Meandering Towards Apneic Oxygenation — Emergency Medicine Literature of Note

The use of apneic oxygenation – so-called NODESAT – has been gaining rapidly in popularity. Curiously enough, however, its continued promotion occurs in the absence of high-quality evidence for benefit.This most recent study is a prospective, observational evaluation of two years’ worth of intubation procedural outcomes. Patients receiving passive oxygenation during intubation were compared with…

via Still Meandering Towards Apneic Oxygenation — Emergency Medicine Literature of Note

Video laryngoscopy in pre-hospital critical care – a quality improvement study

Video laryngoscopy in pre-hospital critical care – a quality improvement study

More Scandinavian #FOAMEd on how little difference VL makes to experienced prehospital anaesthetists using DL!

HEAD-UP INTUBATION —

In anaesthetics we are trained to pre-oxygenate and intubate our theatre patients in a flat supine position. Then, when we graduate to intubating the really crook ICU/ED patients in severe heart or respiratory failure, we wise up. A paper in Anaesthesia & Analgesia demonstrates how patients … Continue reading →

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Needle wins surgical airway debate! #GAMC2016

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New Green Zone decision tool for Vortex

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Strategies to improve first attempt success at intubation in critically ill patients

Sakles- Strategies to Improve FPS

Dr Darren Braude cautions on preloaded bougie technique

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useful resources for rural clinicians

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