Jon Gatward’s second CCAM course is coming up (September 8th-9th) and to go with the course are some incredible, free resources on critical care airway management.
Below is Plan A, which accompanies a skills station that covers
-The CCAM approach to laryngoscopy
Jon describes the “two-curve theory”, the ‘three axes alignment’ theory and the “three-column” model in a way that is easy to understand and really helps you appreciate what you’re doing with laryngoscopy.
With some top tips (including some from Rich Levitan), and a superb video, this is not to be missed…
Register for the CCAM course here – Hurry as there are only a few places left.
The mighty Minh “Ketaminh” Le Cong will also be part of the faculty.