a new paradigm for the Age of the Video Laryngoscope
“Uniformly improving our success rates with intubation requires a new paradigm. One that clearly articulates the human, visualization and a tracheal access components of our system.”Sean Runnels MD
Join @RunnelsSean as he guides you through all the concepts and skills in this practice changing learning space dedicated to enhancing your success at tracheal access.
Getting started is as simple as scrolling down or by using the links below👇
In the age of the video laryngoscope (VL) we can achieve spectacular views of airway anatomy, but this is only one component of a successful intubation system. In this masterclass we explore the challenges of tracheal access and tube delivery by focusing on a new concept of dynamic tracheal access: the cognitive tools that underpin its success, and the tools built to achieve it.
Definition: What is Dynamic Tracheal Access?
Real time to slow for you? We like to challenge ourself to teach key concepts and skills in under a minute. Go ahead and watch this video that explains the difference between static and dynamic tracheal access devices.
Dynamic Tracheal Access; What is it?
Now spend a little more time with Dr Runnels as he explains the concepts behind dynamic tracheal access and gives a demonstration of the traditional and next generation tools designed to solve tracheal access challenges in the age of VL.
Time to go beyond the basics and dive in to some of the details of all the critical concepts, skills and tools to round out your knowledge. Then head to one of our guided self-practice learning spaces.
Dynamic Tracheal Access: One component of an intubation system
New paradigms create new vocabulary. Dive into some of the key terms and concepts related to dynamic tracheal access here.
This short video will give you a basic understanding of the two curve theory and its importance for anyone intubating with a video laryngoscope
Enter this hands on training lab and let us walk you through the key skills related to dynamic tracheal access in this training sequence.
Sure you could stop here, but why would you? Use the digital content in this space for guided self-practice in one of our pop-up learning installations, listen to the podcast, or dive into any of the related content below. 👇
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