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The Tracheostomy Learning Space

nextgen learning designed to elevate your airway practice
introduction

We designed this learning space on tracheostomies to provide you with real world skills that will translate immediately to the bedside. Let Dr Kelly Crane and our PAC team guide you through all the concepts tools, and hands on skills you need to be able to manage any tracheostomy emergency. Getting started is as easy as scrolling down 👇

how to navigate this space

We merge digital and physical space for an enhanced learning experience. Follow your own path and move seamlessly between our podcasts, our masterclasses, and our uniquely immersive hands on learning installations for valuable procedure skill training.

An IntroductionThe PodcastThe Masterclass
Clinical AnatomyTracheostomy ExplainedDecannulation
ObstructionHemorrhageWhat’s Next
meet the creator

Get a quick introduction to this space and learn what motivated its creator Kelly Crane MD to develop it. Then find out why this curriculum is relevant to anyone who cares for patients.

listen here

Take it on the road and turn up the volume on your next commute to work. Take 20 minutes and kick off this learning space with an in depth discussion on all things trach.

your time is valuable
Focus your journey

Use this quick self-assessment tool to review what you know and where you need to focus your efforts as you journey through this learning space to make your experience as effective and efficient as possible.


The Masterclass

Welcome to the masterclass on tracheostomies. Whether you’re in person or online you always have access to the same content designed for virtual and hands on training to elevate your airway skills. Getting started is as easy as scrolling down 👇

Let’s look at the numbers

Why is this learning space relevant? Let’s share a few numbers with you. If you work in an emergency department, hospital or pre-hospital setting, chances are you going to see a catastrophic event related to trachs. Here’s why.

US Data

1

essential anatomy

Learn the essential clinical anatomy that will help you manage and troubleshoot an trach issue safely and effectively.

2

tools of the trade

Tracheostomies are simple devices but if you’re not familiar with the basic design and some of the variations then they can be more intimidating than they have to be.

3

de-cannulation

That trach fell out? No problem. We’ve got you covered here.

4

respiratory distress

Learn the critical steps to manage respiratory distress in that patient with a tracheostomy.

5

the bleeding trach

What may be more terrifying than a trach patient with respiratory distress? A trach patient with blood pouring from the stoma. We cover what to do here.

Sure you could stop here, but why would you? Return to the complete learning space on this topic and listen to the podcast, explore the masterclass, guided self-practice tools, downloads, live events and more. 👇

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