Brindley and Gatward on Real World Airway Management
Peter Brindley, an intensivist from Canada, and Jon Gatward (of the Critical Care Airway Management Course fame) discuss a recent paper by Peter and a group of airway experts, which discusses airway management outside the operating room and how to better prepare. Clearly this isn’t a new concept but there hasn’t been much written from the ICU perspective about this, and it’s something many of us deal with all the time. Every place has their own way of managing airways but there are so many good ideas in this paper that it might just change your practice!
The paper is here in full text and embedded into this page.
The few bars of music are to fit with the Canadian heros (but not celebrities) theme – from Neil Young’s Sugar Mountain
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Here’s Peter Brindley’s Burnout talk
And here is his debate with John Myburgh about RCT’s being the basis of good practice