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THE PEDIATRIC AIRWAY

A nextgen LEARNING SPACE DEsigned TO ELEVATE YOUR pediatric AIRWAY PRACTICE

SERIOUSLY THEY’RE NOT JUST YOUNG ADULTS

introduction

Created by our pediatric PAC faculty, this learning space covers all the critical concepts and skills you need to deploy these tools in an emergency. Our experts will discuss how and when to use them in real-world care, and teach you the tricks of the trade they rely on in their practice. When you’re done, you’ll be able to take your new skills to the bedside and improve your first pass success. Start with the content here, learn at your own pace, and then join us for our PAC LIVE!! online events on this topic, and our next generation learning installations for a uniquely immersive, interactive, and self-directed in person experience.

Maria Lame MD

Director and Creator of the PAC pediatric airway learning space is a pediatric emergency physician.

LEARN how to Map Your own Journey

We design education programs that merge digital and physical space for an enhanced learning experience. Move seamlessly between our online masterclasses and our immersive in person installations and follow your own path. Learn more here.

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1START HERE

Get started with your pediatric airway training by listening to this brief introduction.

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LOWER YOUR COGNITIVE LOAD

Kids come in all sizes which makes things more complex. You need a system to lower that cognitive load. This will help.

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WHAT ARE THEY REALLY LIKE

Kids have a higher risk for hypoxemia. Some that is physiology.

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anatomic differences explained

What does a pediatric airway look like? Find out here.

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WHAT ARE THEY REALLY LIKE

Kids have a higher risk for hypoxemia. Some that is physiology.

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tools of the trade

Different sizes means different tools. Learn how to pick the best device for your patient.

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WHAT ARE THEY REALLY LIKE

Kids have a higher risk for hypoxemia. Some that is physiology.

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tubes are better with cuffs

Throw out the old paradigm and step into the world of cuffed tubes in pediatrics.

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optimize conditions

Intubation often requires medications for optimal safe conditions. Let’s get into the ones you want to know about here.

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WHAT ARE THEY REALLY LIKE

Kids have a higher risk for hypoxemia. Some that is physiology.

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WHAT ARE THEY REALLY LIKE

Kids have a higher risk for hypoxemia. Some that is physiology.

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WHAT ARE THEY REALLY LIKE

Kids have a higher risk for hypoxemia. Some that is physiology.

a musical interlude

Listen to Dr Cleavon Gilman put his artistic talents to the pediatric airway.

meet the creators

Each learning space takes a collaborative and design forward approach. We draw on the power of the creative arts to inspire and tell stories, on the sciences to improve our clinical practice, and on the diverse perspectives of our combined experience to deepen our knowledge. Each unique creation has one goal: to elevate your emergency airway practice.

Maria Lame MD

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Susan Fraymovich MD

Susan Fraymovich is a pediatric emergency physician at Weill Cornell Medicine.  She earned her medical degree at the New York Institute of Technology College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed her pediatric residency at Maimonides Medical Center, staying on to serve as a pediatric chief resident. She completed her fellowship at Cohen Children’s Medical Center.  Her career is focused on medical education and curriculum development.  She shared this story to show others it is normal to be scared when caring for a sick patient.

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