Slides and Resources from Dr. Brainard’s Essential Emergency Airway Care Course #4 – Direct Laryngoscopy

The Home Page for the Essential Emergency Airway Care Course (EEACC) at The Sharp End site contains links to each of the modules and those module links also contain the show notes and the references.

I only made this slide list so that I could quickly review EEACC #4 – Direct Laryngoscopy.(This is the direct link to this video on Vimeo –You need to watch the video more than once).

And be sure to watch all the videos and read all the references in Dr. Brainard’s References for this video (they really are a part of the course). Click here to go to the clickable references.

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The  slide that follows is from EEACC #2 – Oxygenation and BVM

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Now we’re back on the slides for this talk.

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Below is our airway plan and Dr. Brainard reminds us “Whenever you wield a laryngoscope, you should know how to place a supraglottic airway and be able to perform a cricothyrotomy.

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Clickable Resources From the Above Slide

How To: Laryngoscopy and Intubation by Scott Weingart

Bimanual Laryngoscopy

Avoiding Common Laryngoscopy Errors 1

Avoiding Common Laryngoscopy Errors 2

Biomechanics of Laryngoscopy- I got a 404 error for  http://www.airwaycam.com/Ocularity-and-Biomechanic-of-laryngoscopy.html. But Part 1 of Avoiding Common Laryngoscopy Errors may cover the same aspects.

Stylets and Bougies

The Bougie

Difficulty Passing the Bougie

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