2021 Article of the Year: April’s Peri-intubation Cardiac Arrest in the Emergency Department: A National Emergency Airway Registry (NEAR) Study
Calvin A Brown III, MD presents four nominees for “2021 Airway Article of the Year.” The nominated articles were chosen from among those featured in the 2021 Quarterly Airway Research Updates. Dr. Brown discusses the merits of each article and the audience votes for the “Airway Article of the Year.”
Dr. Calvin Brown discusses recent research on the best type of device for first-pass success in ED intubation of trauma patients, patient positioning (ramped vs supine) during intubation with apneic oxygenation, and engagement of the median glossoepiglottic fold and laryngeal view.
Dr. Calvin Brown discusses recent research related to angioedema in the ED, awake intubation, and the recently updated Canadian Airway Focus Group’s recommendations for the anticipated difficult airway. And of course, Dr. Brown includes key take-away lessons – Calvin’s Critical Concepts.
Research Update: Risk Factors for Peri-intubation Mortality, Bedside Screening for Anatomic Difficulty, and Rocuronium Dosing
Dr. Calvin Brown discusses recent research on risk factors associated with peri-intubation mortality, an easy-to-use bedside screening technique for assessing anatomic difficulty using thyromental height, and rocuronium dosing for emergency RSI.
Dr. Calvin Brown discusses recent research on airway management in the unstable patient, COVID hypoxemic respiratory failure in the ED and which MAC (SG) videolaryngoscopy is best.
Dr. Calvin Brown discusses recent research on ketamine, preoxygenation, and the use of aerosol barrier boxes for use during intubation of COVID-19 patients.
Calvin A. Brown III, MD presents three nominees for “2020 Airway Article of the Year.” The nominated articles were chosen from among those featured in the 2020 Quarterly Airway Research Updates. Dr. Brown discusses the merits of each article and the audience votes for the “Airway Article of the Year.”
Research Update: Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest, Video Laryngoscopy, and Respiratory Failure due to COVID-19
Dr. Calvin Brown and special guests, Dr. Susan Wilcox (Mass General Hospital) and Dr. Darren Braude (Univ of New Mexico), discuss recent research on out-of-hospital cardiac arrest, standard-geometry v. hyperangulated video laryngoscopes, and respiratory failure due to COVID-19.
The four national directors of The Difficult Airway Course offer practical guidance for airway management of the coronavirus patient. Hosted by Calvin Brown III MD, this presentation includes perspectives from Emergency Medicine, Anesthesiology, Critical Care Medicine, and Pre-hospital Medicine. Panelists include J. Adam Law MD, Jarrod Mosier MD, and Darren Braude MD, EMT-P.