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Rapid Sequence Intubation

A NEXTGEN LEARNING SPACE DESIGNED TO ELEVATE YOUR AIRWAY PRACTICE
how to navigate this space

This space is organized from rapid review to deep dive, and getting started is as simple as scrolling down. Use the links below to go directly to content👇

Rapid ReviewFull Video
The RSI TimelineRSI Med Review
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Rapid Review

Real time too slow for you? Just want a quick hit of airway knowledge? Watch this high speed selection to prime you for what comes next,, and then dive deeper into the topic below.

RSI in action

Got 6 minutes to watch RSI in action in an emergency department? Watch this video by longtime educator Al Sacchetti and make sure to add him to your learning network.

the rsi timeline

A great RSI checklist in a cool timeline format by the 5MinuteAirway team. Stick this on your phone and use it as a mobile resource.

RSI MEDICATION REVIEW

Take 3 minutes to get a great rapid review of RSI meds from Anna Pickens MD at EM in 5 another great FOAM resource. Check out this video and don’t forget to add her to your learning network.

FOAM PHARMA – A Review of the medications used for RSI

By Mark Suguitan MD – @Medzcool

Want to dive deeper into individual RSI meds? There’s no better place to do it than with one of our own talented faculty educators. Mark Suguitan here.

12 mins
test your knowledge

Answer a few questions to assess your knowledge before you move on.

hands on opportunities

  1. Look for this tabletop card
  2. Snap the QR codes
  3. Use the tools below for self-practice.

If you’re at one of our PAC Live!! events visit or expert faculty for real time coaching.

WHAT’S NEXT – map your own journey 👇

This space is self-directed. For in person learners, review the posters below, choose the one you want, and locate it within the installation to continue your training. Snap the QR codes embedded within them to access the learning space. Look for the ✋ emoji for integrated hands on training opportunities, and the 💪 to indicate a SIM challenge.

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