- Asking for help is not a sign of weakness.
- Goal is not just intubation but intubation without causing any damage.
- Traditional direct laryngoscopy is not going anywhere.
- I have completed bits of my EM training from India. Currently I am boarded with credentials from Christian Medical College, Vellore and also from the prestigious Royal College of Emergency Medicine, UK. I am currently working in London as an A&E doctor, trying to appreciate the differences in the practise and culture of Emergency Medicine across different healthcare systems. I have always been an avid FOAMed supporter because FOAMed played an indispensable role during the days of my initial training. Through this blog, I aspire to disseminate knowledge and stay up to date with the EM literature.
Monday, April 11, 2016
Human and Psychological Factors in Airway Management - Dr. George Kovacs
There is a lot more to airway apart from getting the tube in. This is one of the best Airway lectures that I have ever come across. A must listen.
My take-home points:
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