Build a more successful approach to problem-solving during laryngoscopy Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result may be the definition of insanity, but attempting intubation again and again without understanding why you… Read More
Have you noticed a change in your airway box?
#Postards from the ED There are educational courses and there are inspirational courses. I had the opportunity this weekend to participate at BASE Camp. The brainchild of Kevin Ching, it’s an amazing and unique two days of education…. Read More
Hey, can I get a jazz riff — New York style please? Music everywhere 🗽🎁🎉😎🎺🎷🎺🎶 #music #busking #NYC #rtrain A post shared by Jonathan St. George (@jstgeorge) on Aug 23, 2015 at 3:45pm PDT I’m excited to announce that… Read More
Zen Airway and Poetry Inspired by Haiku Deck There are many reasons to love Haiku Deck. For educators it’s an easy way to free your knowledge from the Powerpoint prison on your hard drive, but it also challenges… Read More
Our online walkabout on the emergency surgical airway is coming to an end. I hope you’ve found this helpful, I know I enjoyed doing it. The emergent cricothyroidotomy presents many educational challenges. It is a high stakes, low-frequency procedure… Read More