the landmarks and geometry that will elevate your airway practice
To navigate the airway, you need to be able to identify key anatomic landmarks and understand the three-dimensional spacial geometry projected onto a two-dimensional screen, if you want the ability to problem-solve in real-time during laryngoscopy. Enter this space to learn the relevant anatomy and elevate your practice.
The Online Learning Space
Enhanced Digital Content
Use this learning space in two ways. As an online course, scroll down and enter the online learning space. Explore each section below, or use the navigation tool to go directly to the content you’re interested in. Then, use this enhanced digital content in one of our pop-up physical spaces for hands-on procedure training, skills challenges, and expert coaching.
Laryngoscopy is sometimes called “epiglottoscopy” to highlight the importance of a progressive identification of anatomic landmarks. Learn which ones are important and in what order.
Identification of anatomic landmarks is only part of the equation for successful intubation. Learn how to translate 2D images on your video laryngoscope into successful 3D tracheal access.
Keep yourself on track and get credit for completion using this guide.
- Open the guide to a tab on your browser.
- Visit each poster & review the content.
- Complete any challenges to earn points.
Congratulations! You’ve completed this section of the learning space. Collect all the available points before moving on to the next poster to explore all the interactive and hands-on learning opportunities.
If you can’t be with us in person, you can still use this enhanced digital content as an online course. Visit the digital home page of this learning space by using the link below. Otherwise, head to the next poster above to continue through the physical learning space.