St.Emlyn’s – Emergency Medicine #FOAMed Cricothyroidotomy is a procedure that worried many emergency physicians. Partly because it’s a rare procedure, but also because we are likely to embarking on it at a time when things are ‘going wrong’. The most likely time will be during a failed intubation when stress levels will be high, the… JC:Continue reading “JC: Real world cricothyroidotomy experience. St Emlyn’s — St.Emlyn’s”
Time to oxygenation for cannula- and scalpel-based techniques for emergency front-of-neck access: a wet lab simulation using an ovine model. — Read on http://www.qxmd.com/r/31165475
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Simulation only for educational purposes. No actual person nor animal was harmed during the making of this video.
Performed an eFONA recently. First one in close to 20 yrs in a patient of mine. Lessons from my inexperience coming up. — AIME Airway (@kovacsgj) June 12, 2018
Great job by UBC ultrasound fellows Jon Lee and Marg Zhang on our poster determining change in cricothyroid membrane skin landmark with change in position of head of bed of the stretcher.@CAEPConference pic.twitter.com/UxEaGTDCjD — Dan Kim (@dan___kim) May 28, 2018
@TBayEDguy https://t.co/z0C32n3CFk — Luciano (@CaccamoLuciano) May 19, 2018
Introducing the REAL CRIC Trainer: most realistic cric simulator ever! Skin tissue blood air. Inexpensive, easy to make. Watch Full Demo & Instructional Video: https://t.co/3qXdcx4Vm9 Inspired by @drlauraduggan @jducanto #FOAMed #realcric @airwaycam @ketaminh @emcrit @kovacsgj pic.twitter.com/9pFCaZnCSo — Jonathan Kei, MD MPH (@keipoints) February 12, 2018
Super resources and great quick review of the failed airway pathway to Cric. Emergency Airway Management Part 4: Cricothyroidotomy (surgical front of neck access) https://t.co/97C51vpmDE via @First10EM — The PHARMers (@The_PHARMers) December 18, 2017
CICO Rescue Cricothyroidotomy Trainer – Vortex Approach by drandybuck https://t.co/QjrowRIc76 — Andrew Perry (@AWalterPerry) October 25, 2017
Tunnelled, wired then placed perforated catheter in space bw larynx/skin… sneak preview pf 'successful' scalpel-finger-bougie FONA: pic.twitter.com/KY5WW3wN4G — AIME Airway (@kovacsgj) October 18, 2017
Hinckley @UCAirCareDoc saves a kiwi @RobJBryant13 #classicairmedical #AMTC2017 pic.twitter.com/v4VnoRvUAy — mike hudson (@bikehudson) October 17, 2017
"can't intubate can't ventilate" Identification of the cricothyroid membrane with #POCUS #Foamed #FOAMUS #FOAMems https://t.co/20HfFxSqH0 pic.twitter.com/MzQw8L992y — Giuseppe Sfuncia (@Revivan75) September 30, 2017
Surgical airway? High stress? Pah! Watch this vet in action – shamelessly pinched from @BurlesonEquine's Facebook page #FOAMed pic.twitter.com/nNjsiA7IR9 — Linda Dykes (@mmbangor) September 18, 2017