I Wish I Knew Then What I Know Now (Edition 1 – Direct and Indirect Pressure) — The Collective

Sometimes the really basic stuff needs better coverage. This series will probably start popping up a bit because sometimes it’s good to get people to share the stuff they wish someone said at the start. Here’s Greg Brown with simple techniques that could make all the difference that we should definitely do well. Here are […]Continue reading “I Wish I Knew Then What I Know Now (Edition 1 – Direct and Indirect Pressure) — The Collective”

Endotracheal tube cuff pressures and tube position in critically injured patients on arrival at a referral centre: Avoidable harm?

AfJEM online first Endotracheal tube cuff pressures and tube position in critically injured patients on arrival… https://t.co/JuytTz04AB — AfJEM (@AfJEM) December 9, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

Cricoid pressure -what do you do?

Does anyone still use cricoid pressure during endotracheal intubation? We had a twitter conversation on this a few days ago and the topic never seems to go away. I wanted to know in a very basic manner if clinicians around the world were still using cricoid pressure or had completely abandoned it like Dr LevitanContinue reading “Cricoid pressure -what do you do?”