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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Paediatric critical procedures are rare in the emergency department. Data from one Victorian network showed that 83% of emergency physicians had not performed one in a twelve month period. We also know from audit data that we seem to have a lower first pass success rate (around 78%) when it comes to paediatric intubation. We… viaContinue reading “The Needle… Or The Damage Done — Don’t Forget the Bubbles”
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Percutaneous Cricothyroid Jet Ventilation Using Repetitive Airway Obstruction: A quick and simple way to ventilate the “impossible” airway
Not one but two IOs into single humerus! Check it out ! Double-barrelled resuscitation: A feasibility and simulation study of dual-intraosseous needles into a single humerus.