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Do Smaller BVMs Increase ROSC?Advanced Airway TopicsAirwayBlogPapercutResuscitation

Do Smaller BVMs Increase ROSC?

Introduction The best way to manage the airway during cardiac arrest, has remained somewhat of…
Ventilation - Emergency Medicine Education - Resus
Ventilation - Emergency Medicine Education - Resus
Ventilation: Volume vs PressureAdvanced Airway TopicsAirwayBlog

Ventilation: Volume vs Pressure

Let’s start by looking at 3 patient presentations. Please write down the ventilator settings you…
Airway Management - Cardiac Arrest
Airway Management - Cardiac Arrest
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Airway Management during Cardiac Arrest

Airway Management during Cardiac Arrest Resuscitation, is still an area that we need to get…
Video Laryngoscopy versus Direct Laryngoscopy
Video Laryngoscopy versus Direct Laryngoscopy
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Video Laryngoscopy versus Direct Laryngoscopy

Video laryngoscopy (VL) versus Direct Laryngoscopy (DL). What should be the standard of care? Yet…
Difficult Intubation Algorithm
Difficult Intubation Algorithm
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The Difficult Intubation Algorithm

The Difficult Airway Algorithm? Do we really need a difficult airway algorithm in the emergency…
Ketamine only Breathing intubation
Ketamine only Breathing intubation
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Ketamine-only breathing intubation

Ketamine-only breathing intubation(KOBI), is a technique where Ketamine(+/- topical local anaesthetic) is used to facilitate…
Ketamine - Emergency Medicine Education - RESUS
Ketamine - Emergency Medicine Education - RESUS
Ketamine Only IntubationAirwayBlog

Ketamine Only Intubation

In a recent paper by Driver et al (1) there was a comparison of Ketamine-Only…
Laryngeal Mask
Laryngeal Mask
Laryngeal Mask and Neonatal ResuscitationAirwayBlogPediatric Resuscitation

Laryngeal Mask and Neonatal Resuscitation

Birth asphyxia is a leading cause of neonatal death. Positive pressure ventilation is the key…
Intubation - Emergency Medicine Education - Resus
Intubation - Emergency Medicine Education - Resus
My top 8 tips for getting the tube.AirwayBlog

My top 8 tips for getting the tube.

Here are my top 8 tips for succeeding at intubation. 1. Use a Video Laryngoscope(VL),…

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Adrenaline vs Noradrenaline post Resuscitation

Up to one third of patients with out-of-hospital cardiac arrest(OHCA) have impaired myocardial contractility and…
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Predicting Spontaneous Reversion of New Atrial Fibrillation

What if we could predict which patients with recent onset of atrial fibrillation are more…
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Hyperkalaemia: Can the ECG predict when to treat?

A 65 yo patient with a history of hypertension and mild renal impairment, presents to…
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Methylene Blue for patients with septic shock: Prime time?

A 78 yo patients presents with tachycardia and hypotension. There has been a recent episode…