A nextgen learning spaced designed to elevate your airway practice
With a rapidly evolving emergency, it may be hard to fully assess the airway of that altered or agitated patient with the same detail as a formal pre-operative assessment, but the skilled clinician should still be able to quickly and efficiently get some of the most important information they need by doing a few simple things. Things that you should learn and incorporate into your own practice. They only take seconds and can sometimes be the difference between success and failure. Here they are.
THE 60 SECOND AIRWAY ASSESSMENT
Real time to slow for you? Gulp down these essential elements of the rapid airway assessment before diving deeper into this topic with.us.
DETAILS OF THE HEAD & NECK ASSESSMENT