Airway management in unstable cervical spine injury

https://t.co/CcnuZLN2AL. “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 https://t.co/2ApEGlN4RG bookmark https://t.co/6TUKWXq2kO @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 https://t.co/53YDvUpWoc — 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 pic.twitter.com/ykB0nPWr8A — Jared Baylis (@baylis_jared) October 27, 2017