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‘VideoLaryngoscopy’ Articles

Interesting and Timely topic

Posted: Dec 22nd, 2009 •• Category: Education, Intubation, Techniques, VideoLaryngoscopy

The judge gave the verdict of… guilty. We are not currently doing this and I somewhat agree with the author. It would be interesting to see if you think we should and the issue of how, naturally comes to mind. Look forward to your comments. Glidescope letter

Handling the patient with potential or with known cervical spine issues

Posted: Dec 15th, 2009 •• Category: Trauma, VideoLaryngoscopy

The issue of elective/urgent/emergency airway management of patients with cervical spine issues is always a challenge and often comes out during oral boards questions. The bad thing is that there are multiple theories, methods, controversies and dangers etc… associated with this issue (reason why they love to ask these kind of questions)…..and those remain; the […]

Editorializing the Editorial.

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

Anaesthesia Editorial Editorializing the Editorial

The use of the LMA as a Rescue Airway Device

Posted: Jan 17th, 2009 •• Category: SGA, Techniques, VideoLaryngoscopy

The LMA is considered to be one of the most important developments in airway management and serves many purposes:Definitive airway, alternative to BMV and intubation, as rescue devices and as a conduit for intubation. The Fastrach LMA or Intubating LMA (ILMA) was released in 1997. READ POST lma-as-rescue device RECOMENDED ABSTRACTS:lma-fastrach1/ lma-fastrachlma-and-da1/ laryngeal-tube1 laryngeal-tube-review1/ lma-fastrach […]