@drlauraduggan @ketaminh would appreciate your comments on my video: Indirect laryngoscopy in the ED https://t.co/QBxSD5BCIX from the https://t.co/rNdgplVo0Y reverse classroom course #FOAmed #intubation #anesthesia #anaesthesia #CRNA pic.twitter.com/HxnUVdopkN — Will Rosenblatt, MD (@AirwayOnDemand) May 18, 2018
[LARYNGOSCOPY] Views from above https://t.co/sk1sH9L2Gr #FOAMed pic.twitter.com/FqXoHnevgK — David Lyness (@Gas_Craic) March 21, 2017
@drandrewmackay Here is the issue with watching ETT thru cords. Not necessarily reliable, particular warning in babies. pic.twitter.com/wf7kVkdxLd — Dr. Laura Duggan (@drlauraduggan) February 3, 2017 Would this anatomy be enough to intubate with confidence? pic.twitter.com/am37hIl1TG — Dr. Laura Duggan (@drlauraduggan) February 3, 2017 Glottic impersonation in the wild. When you see both, & don'tContinue reading “Glottic impersonation – beware out there!”
Great article: Changes in the first-pass success rate with the GlideScope video laryngoscope … https://t.co/qT8Rsafkx0 #DLdecline — Minh Le Cong (@ketaminh) February 10, 2017
Some of the more popular posts on this site have been the ones where we vox pop paediatric anaesthetists for their top tips on a topic. The brief is easy: what are the things you most commonly say to people trying to learn this particular skill. Today’s edition – laryngoscopy. So here is a collection of thoughtsContinue reading “Straight Talk about Blades and Kids”
In Difficult-to-Intubate Children, Video Laryngoscopy Is Modality of Choice https://t.co/tOW3D3381K via @sharethis #anesthesianews — Anesthesiology News (@anesthesianews) September 3, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
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