In this session we’re going to talk about making the decision to intubate. This is one of those soft skills, that we don’t talk about enough in emergency airway care. But it’s really important! That’s because, if we intubate our patients too soon, we’re exposing them to dangerous and potentially unnecessary procedures. But if we delay intubation in patients who really need it, then what could have been a calm and ordered process, can quickly turn into a more dangerous crash airway. That’s why it’s important to develop your well-honed sense of expert timing around this important decision.
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What’s Happening In This Broadcast
- What’s the secret ingredient for making the decision to intubate?
- Expert discussion: what time is the right time?
- Jess Boyle (prehospital medicine)
- Jonathan St George MD (emergency medicine)
- TOTAL TIME: 20 minutes
CALL TO ACTION – NOW IS THE TIME TO BOOST YOUR LEARNING
INTEGRATED LEARNING STYLES FOR ENHANCED KNOWLEDGE TRANSLATION
Start with our series of short Masterclass style videos. See all the concepts and skills of emergency airway care through the eyes of the experts. Listen as they discuss how they apply them in real-world care, and then watch as they demonstrate the procedures and the tricks of the trade they rely on in their practice. Then explore all the engaging graphic content and bundled resources associated with each video in our Deep Dives. When your done, you will be ready to join us in person for our immersive Learning Installations that will help you to take your skills to the bedside.
Build Your Own Learning Installations with the PAC Poster Series
The PAC posters used in the course are available to you, so you can build these essential emergency airway installations at your shop. Just download and print our interactive posters, and you will have access to all the embedded digital airway content that will walk learners through all the core concepts and skills for this topic. Set them up in any pop-up space, then keep them up as long as you like, use them over and over! Just add your own equipment and faculty for hands on learning.
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