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PHARM Podcast 148 South African Paramedic saves life with emergency cricothyroidotomy

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Emergency Cricothyrotomy Performed by Surgical Airway–naive Medical Personnel

Perioperative Medicine | August 2016 Emergency Cricothyrotomy Performed by Surgical Airway–naive Medical Personnel: A Randomized Crossover Study in Cadavers Comparing Three Commonly Used Techniques Frédéric Heymans, M.D.; Georg Feigl, M.D.; Stephan Graber, M.D.; Delphine S. Courvoisier, Ph.D.; Kerstin M. Weber, M.D.; Pavel Dulguerov, M.D. Success rates (P = 0.025) Surgical cricothyrotomy 95%, QuickTrach 55% Melker 50% The […]

via Cadaver Study Novice Cricothyrotomy via Scalpel-Finger-Hook-Shiley vs. Melker vs. QuickTrach — airwayNautics

Gliderite stylet for cric – a concept by DuCanto

Levitan designed Cricothyroidotomy device now on market!

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Emergency airway case report – between a rock and a hard place

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Evidence is important: Safety considerations for emergency catheter cricothyroidotomy

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Needle wins surgical airway debate! #GAMC2016

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Carotid sheath ‘intubation’ during an emergency surgical cricothyroidotomy

Cricothyroid back stop

From Rich Levitan, with permission

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Learn needle and knife Say NAP4 authors

Dr Brian Burns and always carry a scalpel

Dr Brian Burns and need to carry a scalpel

The AUTHORS OF NAP4  RESPOND WITH VIGOUR ON THE NEEDLE VS KNIFE CRICOTHYROIDOTOMY DEBATE

Percutaneous Cricothyroid Jet Ventilation Using Repetitive Airway Obstruction: A quick and simple way to ventilate the “impossible” airway

Percutaneous Cricothyroid Jet Ventilation Using Repetitive Airway Obstruction: A quick and simple way to ventilate the “impossible” airway

Cricothyrotomy Simulation with Strategic Operations Sim Collar IMSH 2016

Cricothyrotomy Simulation with Strategic Operations Sim Collar IMSH 2016 from AirwayNautics on Vimeo.

Is emergency cricothyroidotomy actually feasible in obese obstetric patients?

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Bad Idea Jeans

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Transition from supraglottic to infraglottic rescue in the “can’t intubate can’t oxygenate” (CICO) scenario

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Cricothyrotomy MAKE THE DECISION TO CUT by Taming The SRU

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