Thu, 7 January 2016
A pair of outrageously high heels next to a pair of tattered combat boots, set the stage for Ashley’s talk on the stress of PHARM.
Ashley draws on lessons learned in combat to support her theory of mental health survival. She emphasizes the importance of critical incident recognition, response and elimination of stigma associated with seeking help.
Wed, 6 January 2016
Bouncing Back from the Beach – Cutting to Air to secure an Emergency Surgical Airway - Thomas Dolven
Bouncing Back from the Beach – Cutting to Air to secure an Emergency Surgical Airway
Summary by: Thomas Dolven
To handle airways means being prepared to handle them all the way. You need to be prepared for a cannot intubate cannot oxygenate CICO scenario. The common, final end point of airway management in a is the emergency surgical airway, the cricothyroidotomy.
So how to prepare?
Read these available articles, train, and remember these two key points:
Direct download: Thomas_Dolven_-_Bouncing_Back_from_the_Beach__Cutting_to_Air_to_secure_an_Emergency_Surgical_Airway.mp3
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