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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 →


Routine VL in ICU intubations is faith based medicine

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

Comparison of five video-assisted intubation devices by novice and expert laryngoscopists for use in the aeromedical evacuation environment

Full article here as Open access!

failed VL

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A new Australian airway invention : the Flexible Tip bougie

PHARM Podcast 173 Awake Cricothyrotomy: A Novel Approach to the Surgical Airway in the Tactical Setting

Control -Cric kit from Pulmodyne, designed by Dr Levitan

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PHARM Podcast 172 Intubating the right atrium with a bougie ! Beware!

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Hey Aussies! Your Preoxygenation might not be as good as you think it is

Art of airway management: the concept of ‘Ma’ (Japanese: 間, when ‘less is more’)


PHARM Podcast 171 Prehospital RSI -who’s got the biggest laryngoscope?

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Free Vortex labels for download!

Vomitology and bloody airways in 2017

Cricothyroidotomy Bottom–Up Training Review: Battlefi eld Lessons Learned


Scalpel -Finger-Tube!

Cricothyroidotomy Bottom–Up Training Review:
Battlefi eld Lessons Learned

RSI “State of the Art” in 2017

Current Concepts in the Management of the Difficut Airway in 2017