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Posted: Apr 28th, 2009 •• Category: Education

Well, hello again, I decided to post a historical article, so as to not expect any comments or replies for this effort. I believe the blog is dying because of lack of participation. Franz Kuhn

Editorializing the Editorial.

Posted: Mar 31st, 2009 •• Category: Education, VideoLaryngoscopy

Anaesthesia Editorial Editorializing the Editorial

I hope this clip hits home

Posted: Mar 17th, 2009 •• Category: Education, Evaluation, Techniques

What can I say, but say that I strongly believe that what we do when we take care of patients and specifically take care of handling their airways, is extremely important. With the risk of sounding like a broken record, I will continue to make airway management teaching, my priority. Take a look at this […]

Oh, oh… what about aspiration and the use of SGA’s?

Posted: Feb 28th, 2009 •• Category: Education, SGA

The anatomical proximity and shared structures between the respiratory and alimentary tracks, make sense -of course- for many of our evolved biological functions; but from the airway management point of view, it actually brings formidable challenges. The possibility of aspiration of gastric contents and pharyngeal secretions and blood, has been the focus of tremendous attention […]