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

The Kids airway

IntroductionWelcome to one of the newest additions to Taming the SRU, a monthly installment of Air Care topics and pointers. Monthly posts will fall under one of four categories:Core Content: includes key knowledge all flight providers should know”Thoughts from the Front Lines” (TFTFL): interviews with experts in the field of flight med”How on Earth do… via… Continue Reading

Airway Management in Emergencies : the Infinity Edition

Here it is Airway Management in Emergencies the Infinity Edition bookmark @ResusPadawan @HumanFact0rz @drlauraduggan @AirwayMxAcademy @JohnCSakles @EM_RESUS @NicholasChrimes @ketaminh @emcrit @precordialthump @cliffreid @jadamlaw — AIME Airway (@kovacsgj) January 12, 2018 Here is a brief navigation tutorial for Airway Management in Emergencies Infinity Edition FOAM resource — AIME Airway (@kovacsgj) January 12, 2018

Just do what you need to

@kovacsgj demonstrates just how well topical analgesia with 5% lidocaine paste and atomized 4% lidocaine can work during #AIME advanced! #EM — Jared Baylis (@baylis_jared) October 27, 2017