What an airway case from AirCare!

IMAGE CREATED BY GRACE LAGASSE, MD. THIS WORK IS LICENSED UNDER A CREATIVE COMMONS ATTRIBUTION-NONCOMMERICAL-SHARELIKE 4.0 INTERNATIONAL LICENSE. Air Care was dispatched to a scene for a male patient in his 20s who was involved in a motor vehicle collision. Prior to arrival, first responders report that the patient was entrapped in his vehicle with… viaContinue reading “What an airway case from AirCare!”

Edible Cricothyrotomy Model: A Low-Cost Alternative to Pig Tracheas and Plastic Models for Teaching Cricothyrotomy

Edible Cricothyrotomy Model: A Low-Cost Alternative to Pig Tracheas and Plastic Models for Teaching Cricothyrotomy https://t.co/TFVIEtdKbr — Rob Bryant (@RobJBryant13) January 29, 2017

PHARM Podcast 148 South African Paramedic saves life with emergency cricothyroidotomy

Choose the red pill:register now! https://t.co/tNMVOGkRpA #feccEPIC @davidstantonza @Kylz13 @JudySteyn_SA @TanyavT pic.twitter.com/UTp3hPk2Tb — Kayleigh Lachenicht (@FECCEPIC) August 1, 2016

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% MelkerContinue reading “Emergency Cricothyrotomy Performed by Surgical Airway–naive Medical Personnel”