Best laryngoscopy podcasts we could find (Updated July 2017)
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Airway World® Podcasts
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Airway World® Podcasts feature quarterly airway research updates and important airway topic discussions presented by the internationally renowned founders and faculty of The Difficult Airway Course™. Ron Walls, MD, Michael Murphy, MD and Robert Luten, MD present these podcasts as an easy way for medical providers to stay on the leading edge of the dynamic and critically important field of airway management. For more airway management educational resources, visit www.theairwaysite.com.
 
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Lectures – Airway Educational Project
 
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Show Notes Listen as we critically appraise the MACMAN Trial (JAMA 2017;317(5):483-493. doi:10.1001/jama.2016.20603). This trial is an RCT looking at VL vs DL for routine orotracheal intubation in the intensive care unit. This is part of our Journal Club Series - if you haven't listened to episode 1, hit pause and go listen to that first! Check ...…
 
Here it is! The series finale of "Tips For The Occasional Intubator". Tip 5. Video LaryngoscopyIt’s no doubt that video laryngoscopy (VL) is sweeping the nation. While there are some resistors, the majority of providers have moved towards utilizing VL for their routine intubations. The VL tool comes in many shapes and sizes, and each one provid ...…
 
Author: Martin O’Bryan M.D. Educational Pearls: Vocal cord dysfunction can mimic other causes of stridor, such as asthma and upper airway obstruction. Patients are often very anxious because of the difficulty of inspiration. The definitive diagnosis is laryngoscopy that must be done by a pulmonologist. The treatment is general reassurance, asth ...…
 
MSM Podcast Ep 003 DL and VL Show Notes In EMS medicine, the debate has begun as to whether we should use direct laryngoscopy or video laryngoscopy to secure our patient’s airways. As with many things in emerging data, the evidence is inconclusive, but is ever progressing. To begin, we must think about how good we are at intubating and securing ...…
 
Airway management is a fundamental responsibility and skill of all involved e.g. emergency physicians , anaesthetists and critical care physicians. We need airway algorithms because there is still severe morbidity and mortality related to airway management. (NAP 4 study, ASA Closed claims series) The 2015 Difficult Airway Society guidelines, pu ...…
 
In the past two decades, airway management has been revolutionized by the development of video laryngoscopy, hyperangulated blade geometry, optical stylets, laryngeal masks, and a host of advances in airway pharmacology and technique. The core skill of airway management, however, remains laryngoscopy, whether or not the operator uses a blade wi ...…
 
Friend to the show, Jim DuCanto has been obsessed with SALAD. Not the leafy greens delicately touched with a tart emulsion, but with Suction Assisted Laryngoscopy and Airway Decontamination (SALAD). Jim DuCanto, MD is an anesthesiologist extraordinaire with a constant drive to perfect new airway techniques and document them on video along the w ...…
 
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Pediatric Emergency Playbook
 
Children the world over are fascinated with what can possibly “fit” in their orifices. Diagnosis is often delayed. Anxiety abounds before and during evaluation and management. Most common objects:1,2 Food Coins Toys Insects Balls, marbles Balloons Magnets Crayon Hair accessories, bows Beads Pebbles Erasers Pen/marker caps Button batteries Plast ...…
 
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Paediatric Emergencies
 
A step by step approach of how to succeed with direct laryngoscopy in children
 
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AAEM: The Journal of Emergency Medicine Audio Summary
 
Podcast summary of articles from the March 2017 edition of Journal of Emergency Medicine from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. Topics include ECGs in pulmonary embolism patients, anxiety and chest pain, sepsis, spontaneous coronary artery dissection, ultrasound in appendicitis diagnosis, awake laryngoscopy, and board review on transi ...…
 
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Pediatric Emergency Playbook
 
When you give only after you're asked, you've waited too long. – John Mason First, learn to bag Place a towel roll under the scapulae to align oral, pharyngeal, and tracheal axes: Karsli C. Can J Anesth. 2015. Use airway adjuncts such as the oropharyngeal airway or a nasal trumpet. Use the two-hand ventilation technique whenever possible: (See ...…
 
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JAMA Editors' Summary: On research in medicine, science, & clinical practice. For physicians, researchers, & clinicians.
 
Editor's Audio Summary by Howard Bauchner, MD, Editor in Chief of JAMA, the Journal of the American Medical Association, for the February 07, 2016 issue
 
Happy New Year!!! The publishing world seems to have wound down a bit for the festive break, but 4 papers caught out eye that can add some further context to practice in the Resus Room. Firstly we take a look at two papers looking at the conversion from non-shockable to shockable rhythms in cardiac arrest, both the likelihood and the associated ...…
 
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AAEM: The Journal of Emergency Medicine Audio Summary
 
Podcast summary of articles from the October 2016 edition of Journal of Emergency Medicine from the American Academy of Emergency Medicine. Topics include Pyuria in Renal Stones, Sickle Cell Anemia, CMAC as Direct Laryngoscopy, Wernicke Korsakoff Syndrome, Ultrasound for Diastolic Heart Failure, Diltiazem dosing, and Board Review on Atrial Fibr ...…
 
Each video larnygoscope model has its subtle quirks and troubleshooting techniques. The following techniques are useful when intubating with the Glidescope AVL: Consider a deliberately restricted laryngeal view to aid in tube placement. Do this by withdrawing the glidescope slightly. Verathon recommends that the glottic apperature should occupy ...…
 
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TOTAL EM - Tools Of the Trade and Academic Learning in Emergency Medicine
 
We are back for the second half of our conversation with Jeff Jarvis. If you missed the first half, go back and listen to Podcast #10 as it will make more sense. We discussed his EMS system that only uses video laryngoscopy (VL) with intubation. This is huge and unique with this group. However, it was a process to find what was best for him and ...…
 
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TOTAL EM - Tools Of the Trade and Academic Learning in Emergency Medicine
 
You read that right! Dr. Jeff Jarvis is a medical director who only uses video laryngoscopy (VL) for the EMS agencies he acts as a medical director. Not only that, but in his own practice in emergency medicine, he uses a VL system. What is so great with VL that they ditched traditional direct laryngoscopy? Well for that, you will need to listen ...…
 
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TOTAL EM - Tools Of the Trade and Academic Learning in Emergency Medicine
 
You may not have heard of Jim DuCanto specifically, but you have probably heard about his SALAD (Suction Assisted Laryngoscopy Airway Decontamination technique. Click on the links that we have here if you have not heard of him or his technique including this one from Life in the Fast Lane. Don't worry, we will wait right here... Are you back no ...…
 
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Medic Mindset - A Podcast for EMS Responders
 
Don't be intimidated by the length of this one. The best thing about this guest was that he didn't ask me to edit a thing. He tells us about his experience with video laryngoscopy, books recommendations, and about his life living in a cabin in the woods. His dry sense of humor made me wish it was longer than an hour. Show notes can be located a ...…
 
EM Cases Episode 83 - 5 Critical Care Controversies from SMACC Dublin: I had the great opportunity to gather some of the brightest minds in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care from around the world (Mark Forrest from U.K., Chris Nickson from Australia, Chris Hicks from Canada and Scott Weingart from U.S.) at the SMACC Dublin Conference and ask ...…
 
EM Cases Episode 83 - 5 Critical Care Controversies from SMACC Dublin: I had the great opportunity to gather some of the brightest minds in Emergency Medicine and Critical Care from around the world (Mark Forrest from U.K., Chris Nickson from Australia, Chris Hicks from Canada and Scott Weingart from U.S.) at the SMACC Dublin Conference and ask ...…
 
Whilst the embedded management of the airway in ED is via direct laryngoscopy, advances in technology and equipment leads to multiple alternatives in the form of video laryngoscopy. We look at a recent systematic review looking at this topic.
 
So this is a talk I gave atthe EMCEF 22 conference.This covers a few of the papers we've discussed in the last 6months on the podcast but a bit of spaced repetition is never a badthing! We'll be running through topics on heartfailure, sedation, intubation, anaphylaxis and duration of cardiacarrest. The papers are well worth a look and whilst no ...…
 
QOD is by Thomas Edison where he talks about how capable we are. This is the first part of the book review of The One Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan. Gary Keller is the self made billionaire who made his fortune from Keller-Williams real estate and this book is full of advice on how to achieve big results. In the interesting case I show p ...…
 
Here are the papers that caught our eye this month including direct vs video laryngoscopy, ultrasound for shortness of breath, ecg findings in PE and more!
 
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CRACKCast & Physicians as Humans on CanadiEM
 
This episode covers Chapter 10 of Rosen's Emergency Medicine. Episode Overview: Describe the CPR technique for an infant Describe the PALS cardiac arrest, bradycardia and tachycardia algorithms Describe the PALS septic shock algorithm List the dose and primary indication for core pediatric resuscitation medications What are 8 risk factors for S ...…
 
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CRACKCast & Physicians as Humans on CanadiEM
 
This episode covers Chapter 10 of Rosen's Emergency Medicine. Episode Overview: Describe the CPR technique for an infant Describe the PALS cardiac arrest, bradycardia and tachycardia algorithms Describe the PALS septic shock algorithm List the dose and primary indication for core pediatric resuscitation medications What are 8 risk factors for S ...…
 
Medcast #36 reviews the rationale and principles for video laryngoscopy, and re-hacks the importance of sustainment training. The monthly drill is mission critical so you are always fresh for a training mis-hap, or unexpected civil SAR.
 
This podcast is a recorded lecture from our conference on why Rocuronium should be the go to drug for RSI in the ED. https://media.blubrry.com/coreem/content.blubrry.com/coreem/Episode_31_0_Final_Cut.m4a Download 2 Comments Tags: Airway, Rocuronium, RSI, Succinycholine Show Notes Sydney HEMS Sux Contraindications Read More: Strayer RJ. Rocuroni ...…
 
This podcast is a recorded lecture from our conference on why Rocuronium should be the go to drug for RSI in the ED. https://media.blubrry.com/coreem/content.blubrry.com/coreem/Episode_31_0_Final_Cut.m4a Download 2 Comments Tags: Airway, Rocuronium, RSI, Succinycholine Show Notes [caption id="attachment_2583" align="aligncenter" width="558"] Sy ...…
 
Learning Curves a/w DL vs VL in EM Residents. More improvement w/ VL. https://t.co/TAWnuwXpxK — Jeff Jarvis (@DrJeffJarvis) December 28, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js Hi folks. Its almost end of 2015. I found Dr Jeff Jarvis on twitter this week and he had some great things to say about how as a new medical director of a Texas EMS, he h ...…
 
Here is the ‘bootlegged’ video footage of John Hinds’ defense of direct laryngoscopy in the prehospital setting. John brings all his usual wit and mischievousness to the defence of the tried and true way of getting a tube between the cords anywhere and at anytime. The audio has been released on the RAGE podcast, and is 7 minutes 30 seconds long ...…
 
Here is the ‘bootlegged’ video footage of John Hinds’ defense of direct laryngoscopy in the prehospital setting. John brings all his usual wit and mischievousness to the defence of the tried and true way of getting a tube between the cords anywhere and at anytime. The audio has been released on the RAGE podcast, and is 7 minutes 30 seconds long ...…
 
Here is the ‘bootlegged’ video footage of John Hinds’ defense of direct laryngoscopy in the prehospital setting. John brings all his usual wit and mischievousness to the defence of the tried and true way of getting a tube between the cords anywhere and at anytime. The audio has been released on the RAGE podcast, and is 7 minutes 30 seconds long ...…
 
Here is the ‘bootlegged’ video footage of John Hinds’ defense of direct laryngoscopy in the prehospital setting. John brings all his usual wit and mischievousness to the defence of the tried and true way of getting a tube between the cords anywhere and at anytime. The audio has been released on the RAGE podcast, and is 7 minutes 30 seconds long ...…
 
Pearls and take home points from our challenging airway workshops. https://media.blubrry.com/coreem/content.blubrry.com/coreem/Core_EM_Podcast_6_Finial.m4a Download Leave a Comment Tags: Airway, Challenging Airway, DSI Show Notes Highlighted Resources EMCrit: Podcast 40 – Delayed Sequence Intubation (DSI) EMCrit Wee: Mind Blowing Cricothrotomy ...…
 
Episode 4.0 features pearls on perimortem C-sections, procedural sedation and an interview with Reuben Strayer on Airway Nightmares https://media.blubrry.com/coreem/content.blubrry.com/coreem/Core_EM_4_0_Final_Version.m4a Download Leave a Comment Tags: Airway, Perimortem C-section, Procedural Sedation, RSI Show Notes Perimortem C-Section Links ...…
 
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TamingtheSRU
 
Dr. Mike Steuerwald describes and demonstrates laryngoscopy techniques, with a special attention to the differences between standard geometry video laryngoscopy, hyper curved video laryngoscopy, and standard geometry direct laryngoscopy
 
Dr. DuCanto has created a simulation model that realistically recreates an actively vomiting patient. He brought it and his expertise to the sim lab at the University of Cincinnati Dept of Emergency Medicine and tried it out with Dr. Hill, Dr. Steuerwald, and Dr. Larrimore.
 
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EM:RAP for Christopher Woodmansey
 
It may be summer (at least in the Northern Hemisphere) but but bronchiolitis season will be here before you know it-we’ve got it covered. Amal Mattu makes sense of the mysteries of PEA, Weingart gets septic, Nordt tries to avoid getting pregnant and backboards may be going out the back door. Introduction Notes from the Community – Bronchiolitis ...…
 
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EM:RAP for Randy Bess
 
It may be summer (at least in the Northern Hemisphere) but but bronchiolitis season will be here before you know it-we’ve got it covered. Amal Mattu makes sense of the mysteries of PEA, Weingart gets septic, Nordt tries to avoid getting pregnant and backboards may be going out the back door. Introduction Notes from the Community – Bronchiolitis ...…
 
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EM:RAP for Jeremy McWhorter
 
It may be summer (at least in the Northern Hemisphere) but but bronchiolitis season will be here before you know it-we’ve got it covered. Amal Mattu makes sense of the mysteries of PEA, Weingart gets septic, Nordt tries to avoid getting pregnant and backboards may be going out the back door. Introduction Notes from the Community – Bronchiolitis ...…
 
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EM:RAP for Ryan Overberger
 
It may be summer (at least in the Northern Hemisphere) but but bronchiolitis season will be here before you know it-we’ve got it covered. Amal Mattu makes sense of the mysteries of PEA, Weingart gets septic, Nordt tries to avoid getting pregnant and backboards may be going out the back door. Introduction Notes from the Community – Bronchiolitis ...…
 
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EM:RAP for Adam Rowh
 
It may be summer (at least in the Northern Hemisphere) but but bronchiolitis season will be here before you know it-we’ve got it covered. Amal Mattu makes sense of the mysteries of PEA, Weingart gets septic, Nordt tries to avoid getting pregnant and backboards may be going out the back door. Introduction Notes from the Community – Bronchiolitis ...…
 
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EM:RAP for nikolai schnittke
 
It may be summer (at least in the Northern Hemisphere) but but bronchiolitis season will be here before you know it-we’ve got it covered. Amal Mattu makes sense of the mysteries of PEA, Weingart gets septic, Nordt tries to avoid getting pregnant and backboards may be going out the back door. Introduction Notes from the Community – Bronchiolitis ...…
 
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EM:RAP for Alison Eng
 
It may be summer (at least in the Northern Hemisphere) but but bronchiolitis season will be here before you know it-we’ve got it covered. Amal Mattu makes sense of the mysteries of PEA, Weingart gets septic, Nordt tries to avoid getting pregnant and backboards may be going out the back door. Introduction Notes from the Community – Bronchiolitis ...…
 
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EM:RAP for Jordan Gipson
 
It may be summer (at least in the Northern Hemisphere) but but bronchiolitis season will be here before you know it-we’ve got it covered. Amal Mattu makes sense of the mysteries of PEA, Weingart gets septic, Nordt tries to avoid getting pregnant and backboards may be going out the back door. Introduction Notes from the Community – Bronchiolitis ...…
 
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