Introducing SCRAM

SCRAM® seamlessly integrates into any airway management strategy. “Our vision is to enhance the performance of emergency airway management by promoting Safe, Well Governed Emergency Anaesthesia and Tracheal intubation.” #SCRAM @jonmcck @neilsincl — Paul Swinton (@paswinton) April 7, 2019 Peak Inside – Pre-production prototype of Paediatric SCRAM SOON to be launched alongside Paed EMS SCRAM… Continue Reading

Laryngeal tube outperforms ETT in OHCA

#Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium Pragmatic Airway Resucitation Trial : Laryngeal Tube vs. ETT. 72 hr survival (18.2% vs 15.3%), ROSC (27.9% vs 24.1%), hospital survival (10.8% vs 8.0), neurologically intact discharge (7.0% vs 5.0) all favoring LT with p=0.02 or less. — Russell Griffin LP, FP-C (@ResusFliteMedic) May 17, 2018

Airway management in unstable cervical spine injury “Assuming care is taken to limit neck movement, providers should use the intubation technique with which they have the most comfort and skill”. Directly applicable to prehospital/retrieval airway management of suspected CSI patients. — Bryan Feinstein (@bfeiny) April 14, 2018