Jun 5, 2017
Sarah Yong is an impressive person. Advocacy, Training, Representation and being a new fellow of the College of Intensive Care to boot.
Theres a lot to talk about when you sit down with Dr Sarah Yong. Let’s make it easy by focussing on three big issues;
Gender issues; Women in Intensive Care...
May 3, 2017
Rapid Sequence Airway (RSA) involves the same preparation and pharmacology as RSI with the immediate planned placement of an extraglottic device (EGD) instead of intubation. Like DSI, RSA is an alternative airway management strategy that may be ideal for preoxygenation of hypoxemic patients as well for prehospital...
May 2, 2017
Becoming competent in airway management requires good decision making and and technical skills. Ultimately what matters is how your clinical performance impacts patient outcomes. For this we need to have a clear understanding of what defines success ensuring that its more than just 'getting the tube'. Come to this talk...
Apr 30, 2017
Airway management is a fundamental responsibility and skill of all
involved e.g. emergency physicians , anaesthetists and critical
care physicians. We need airway algorithms because there is still
severe morbidity and mortality related to airway management. (NAP 4
study, ASA Closed claims series)
The 2015 Difficult...
Apr 25, 2017
In the past two decades, airway management has been revolutionized by the development of video laryngoscopy, hyperangulated blade geometry, optical stylets, laryngeal masks, and a host of advances in airway pharmacology and technique. The core skill of airway management, however, remains laryngoscopy, whether or not...