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

RRH: Rural and Remote Health article: 6115 – A year as a prehospital physician in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland

RRH: Rural and Remote Health. Published article number: 6115 – A year as a prehospital physician in the Outer Hebrides, Scotland
— Read on www.rrh.org.au/journal/article/6115

Mountain Medicine CPD — Adventure Medic

The British Mountain Medicine Society (BMMS) has teamed up with Life in the Fast Lane and the University of Central Lancashire to develop free online mountain medicine CPD. For those that haven’t yet completed it, the initial module is just 25 MCQs with CPD approval from the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh). Access to the…

Mountain Medicine CPD — Adventure Medic

CHALLENGES OF COVID-19 AEROMEDICAL RETRIEVAL: LESSONS LEARNT FROM CONDUCTING AEROMEDICAL TRANSFERS DURING A PANDEMIC

CHALLENGES OF COVID-19 AEROMEDICAL RETRIEVAL: LESSONS LEARNT FROM CONDUCTING AEROMEDICAL TRANSFERS DURING A PANDEMIC
— Read on www.exeley.com/journal_australiasian_society_aerospace_medicine/doi/10.21307/asam-2020-003

Case Study: TrustAir on the aeromedical transfer of Covid-19 patients | AirMed&Rescue

Flying a Covid-positive patient is a huge challenge from both a teamwork and a professional perspective. Dr Peter Turi of TrustAir described how his team manages Covid patients 
— Read on www.airmedandrescue.com/latest/long-read/case-study-trustair-aeromedical-transfer-covid-19-patients

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 suctioning and positioning are not helping. You decide to intubate but naturally, you’re nervous. How do you increase the chance of first-pass success? How do you adequately clear the ororpharynx and avoid blood contaminating your view? How do you best maintain airway suction during intubation? Join Jim DuCanto for this online, on-demand airway management course where you’ll learn simple tips to more easily manage the heavily soiled airway. To find out more, visit https://bit.ly/3xNrI7g

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

Quarantine Down Under — Adventure Medic

Dr Millie Wood / Foundation Year 3 / Perth, Western Australia How does one survive without fresh air for 14 days? Dr Wood recounts her experiences of quarantine between the four walls of her hotel room in Perth, Australia back in the summer of 2020. The year is 2020. To obtain the luxury of a…

Quarantine Down Under — Adventure Medic

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…

Supraglottic airway devices — Don’t Forget the Bubbles