#EA18 Airway Cases & the Law – Webcasts

#EA18 Airway Cases & the Law – Webcasts:@doctimcook: Medicolegal airway cases in UK: lessons learned https://t.co/9jNbHeDFL7@french9a: The role of the airway expert in a coroner’s inquest https://t.co/nImJCUt4gg@jadamlaw: How to stay out of court. https://t.co/ykoHsXwSd8 pic.twitter.com/o6882UZdfa — Nicholas Chrimes (@NicholasChrimes) June 4, 2018

A perfect Airway Storm up North

This episode I reflect upon a really tough airway case. I have asked a number of airway gurus from the FOAMed community to comment on the logistics and plan to manage this case. Thanks to Tim Leeuwenburg, Rich Levitan, Roger Harris and Dr Richard Lewis of their contributions. The patient 50 year old woman with… viaContinue reading “A perfect Airway Storm up North”

When the going gets tough – comparing tools in difficult airways — Songs or Stories

Difficult airways in kids might be mostly predicted but that’s not the end of them being difficult. How do we go with the tools we choose? By Andrew Weatherall Kids’ anaesthetists spend a lot of time drawing bows of varying lengths. There is an awful lot of time spent reading a variety of things aboutContinue reading “When the going gets tough – comparing tools in difficult airways — Songs or Stories”

Vomitology and bloody airways in 2017

#YACC17 Vomitology Sim Example of Left suction parked, 2nd suction, fail tube deliv, needing esophageal diversion https://t.co/USCv0c1Xok — Yen Chow (@TBayEDguy) June 10, 2017 #YACC17 Massive pulmonary hemorrhage SALAD with bougie going thru large bore suction stick. https://t.co/4AnVs5v8Ml — Yen Chow (@TBayEDguy) June 10, 2017

Airway knowledge doesnt autoupdate

Well that was a bit of a gap. A quick post on the return about something we all know we know but could do with unknowing – simple stuff on the paediatric airway. I don’t think my computer embeds a knowledge of anything. Or my phone. Everything is up for updating. I know because allContinue reading “Airway knowledge doesnt autoupdate”