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A New Twist on i-gel Insertion

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Nasogastric Tube-Guided Blind Nasotracheal Intubation

R. Eleanor Anderson, MD, Ron M. Walls, MD, FRCPC, FAAEM   This technique reduces epistaxis and the need for manipulations.   During nasotracheal intubation, the desired path of the tracheal tube is inferiorly along the nasal floor, beneath the inferior turbinate. Superior paths are suboptimal and may increase complications, including epistaxis and trauma to... Read more..

Harvard Medical School Elevates Emergency Medicine and Recognizes
Dr. Walls

On May 2nd, friends and guests of Harvard Medical School will gather to celebrate the establishment of the Neskey Family Professorship in Emergency Medicine and the appointment of Ron M. Walls, MD, Chair of Emergency Medicine at Brigham and Women's Hospital, to this prestigious position. Read more..

Standard GlideScope Outperforms the Cobalt GlideScope in the ED

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Using Sublingual Ultrasound to Predict Difficult Intubation

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Infant Airway Management: The i-gel vs. the LMA Classic

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Maintaining CPR Quality During Advanced Airway Insertion in Patients with Cardiac Arrest

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March 2014 Quarterly Airway Management Research Update

Originally presented as a live webinar, Dr. Ron Walls, Dr. Ali Raja and Dr. Cheryl Lynn Horton select the most relevant research from recently published articles, share their results and discuss their impact on the practice of emergency airway management. Read more..

The Airway Algorithms

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The Airway Algorithms (For EM Required)

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High-Flow Nasal Cannula Support: A New Option for Pediatric Interfacility Transport

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Just A Routine Operation

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Flexible Fiberoptics

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The Surgical Airway

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Topical Airway Anesthesia

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Fiberoptic Tour of the Airway

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Consider Early Extubation to Noninvasive Ventilation in Patients with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

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Video Laryngoscopy Is Superior to Direct Laryngoscopy — Again

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“Personalised Airway Management” to be Presented by Johannes M Huitink, MD PhD at Euroanaesthesia Stockholm

The concept of Personalised Airway Management is defined as the most ideal airway management for your patient, at your hospital, with your team, with your experience, with your equipment for that specific procedure within your budget. At this year’s Euroanaesthesia Dr. Huitink will give a lecture explaining this concept including... Read more..

Second-Generation Supraglottic Airway is More Successful for Prehospital Intubations

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Prehospital Airway Management in Adults: Is Intubation the Best Strategy?

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Failed Intubation in the ED Might Delay Return of Spontaneous Circulation

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Prehospital Airway Management May Increase Mortality for Some

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The Airtraq as a Primary and Rescue Device in the Prehospital Setting

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Simulation: An Important Airway Training Strategy

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Take a Look: Facial Appearance Helps Predict Difficult Intubation

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Prehospital Intubation: An Observational Study Shows Feasibility

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Intubation Success with Ketamine vs. Etomidate

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Tracheal Tube Cuff Pressures in Air Transport Patients

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Another Retrospective Observational Study Criticizes Etomidate

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