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ENDAO Trial and Interview with Nick Caputo
Nick Caputo works at Lincoln Medical Center, a single ED with 175,000 visits a year. He did a general surgery internship, an emergency medicine residency at Lincoln Medical Center and a Critical Care Retrieval fellowship in Australia. He’s now published the second prospective study showing no difference in O2 sats with apneic oxygenation. Check out the Q&A below.
Week 7: Haney at SMACC
This week we have Dr. Haney Mallemat (@criticalcarenow) and a session done at SMACC 2017 in Berlin, Germany. The Tempodrom, above, was an awesome venue but unfortunately we got rained out and couldn’t get it […]
Methods of oxygenation for patients in hypoxic respiratory failure.
Bougie and the FPS with Interview by Brian Driver
Hennepin breeds a culture of bougie use 80% of the time. Brian Driver’s study shows a FPS of 95%. Let’s chat with the author in the this article review and interview.
Airway Week 6: Rob and Will Part 2
Back at it with Rob Rogers (@EM_Educator) and Will Sanderson (@_wsand) in part 2! This week we have an intra-intubation arrest and an homage to the pearls of ELM. Check out some tips and watch […]
Ramped Versus Sniffing Position: the Debate Continues
“A Multicenter, Randomized Trial of Ramped Position versus Sniffing Position during Endotracheal Intubation of Critically Ill Adults.” Semler et al. Chest 2017. Is there enough data to change the ramped trend? Objective: The ramped position has […]
Airway Week 5: Dr. Haney Mallemat
This week’s video analysis is with epic guest commentator Dr. Haney Mallemat (@criticalcarenow), while at Castlefest/Resusfest 2017, a critical care and ultrasound conference held in Lexington, Ky. In part one of two, we discuss a difficult […]
Pediatric Tube Sizes
Common equations and at-a-glance sizing for visual learners.
Airway Week 4: Drs. Rob Rogers and Will Sanderson
This week we have special guests and teaching machines Rob Rogers @EM_Educator and Will Sanderson @_wsand. In part one of two, we cover three videos including an awake intubation, massive vomit and a difficult entry. Check […]