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Posts from the ‘Online critical airway training’ Category

AAGBI : Safer Prehospital Anaesthesia 2017 guidelines

Rapid Sequence Intubation With Video Laryngoscopy Common for Difficult Airways in Emergency Department

Ketamine Dissociated Intubation case

A snapshot of routine airway management complications: can’t intubate can’t oxygenate occurring in 1:2800

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Checklists List — airwayNautics

A collection of different checklist options and ideas emcrit checklist 2.0 2016 — Yen Chow (@TBayEDguy) December 17, 2016 Airway Chunked Checklist: Resuscitate then Intubate; ABC SLOPES MAP — Yen Chow (@TBayEDguy) May 23, 2016 Intubation checklist version 2016-04-14 — Yen Chow (@TBayEDguy) April 14, 2016 Try this for […]

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Another RCT proves CMAC is just expensive DL!

Indian Guidelines on difficult airway management published ! And its #FOAMEd!


Confined Space Airway Management — Intensive Care Network

Locations, challenges, options, techniques and evidence behind managing airways in confined spaces and austere places. The post Confined Space Airway Management appeared first on Intensive Care Network.

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A Weight on the Chest – Anterior Mediastinal Mass — Songs or Stories

There are a few conditions which make the most experienced paeds anaesthetists take a deep breath in. Anterior mediastinal mass is right up there. Here’s a quick trawl through stuff that’s out there by Andrew Weatherall. Imagine this patient. They are 7 years old. They’ve turned up to the emergency department with fevers. Quite high fevers and […]

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Nasotracheal Intubation Over a Bougie May Reduce Trauma Compared With Conventional Nasotracheal Intubation


DuCanto Video: Importance of Simulators Increases for Airway Management Training


UK EM RSI in 2016 -its complicated



We will make Cricoid great again


Apparent Oxygenation : 15L/min is not 60L/min

Apneic Oxygenation May Not Prevent Severe Hypoxemia During Rapid Sequence Intubation: A Retrospective Helicopter Emergency Medical Service Study