Here are two videos of intubations using optical stylets : The Clarus Video Stylet via an AirQ SGA and the original Levitan FPS stylet ( from which the Clarus VS is modelled)Continue reading “Optical stylet intubations two ways by Master DuCanto”
Effectiveness and safety of the Levitan FPS Scope™ for tracheal intubation under general anesthesia with a simulated difficult airway.Continue reading “FACT or CRAP? 1st June 2012 by Dr DuCanto”
In between retrieval missions, when I am on shift at the base, I try to do airway research and experiment with new devices and techniques.Continue reading “King Vision Bougie Supreme – refining a novel hybrid intubation technique”
Tune in and listen to a discussion of the evidence base for prehospital RSI and lessons from aviation
Flight Paramedic Ben Meadley(middle back of picture) tells us about MICA Victoria
What is it like trying to introduce a DSI protocol to your ED? Tune in and listen up to Dr Rob Bryant!
Folks, He is BACK. Dr Seth Trueger, Chief Resident at Mt Sinai Hospital EM department, New York City. We talk on awake intubation AGAIN
Hi Folks! Many of you have requested these DSI protocols from Dr Rob Bryant , Emergency Physician in Salt Lake City, Utah. He has responded to your requests!Continue reading “DSI Protocols for your download from Dr Rob Bryant – DSI Superstar!”
We call it the Red Centre in Australia, right in the middle, a long way from everywhere else. It possesses an ethereal beauty.
The Fastrach Intubating Laryngeal Mask Airway (ILMA)
King Vision Video laryngoscope wielded by Master DuCanto
All the way from the Jamaica capital of Western Australia, BroomeDocs blog author, Dr Casey Parker on stabilisation and retrieval of the acutely agitated patient
Jimmy D is back with more videos on intubation via a supraglottic airway and a really novel twist!
Pre-hospital and Retrieval Environment
The environment which we work in is unforgiving. It is a given that we will always be working with limited resources and staff. As a retrieval anaesthetist once quipped to a course class “There is no emergency button to push on the wall!” Continue reading “Pre-hospital and Retrieval Environment – an excerpt from my Prehospital Anaesthesia and Airway syllabus”