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AUDIO COMING SOON
Alright, let’s get you prepped to perform this procedure. Please listen to the introduction and review the step-by-step videos and guided practice tools here. Then, practice independently until you’re ready for expert coaching and feedback in our physical space.
Steps for Tracheal Access & Tube Delivery With Fiberoptic
In this rapid review we take you through the procedure of fiberoptic intubation using a Williams Oral Airway. Use this high-speed selection to give you the highlights as a quick refresher or to prime you for what comes next.
Time to Focus on the Little Details
Now take a few more minutes to dig into the details and watch this full procedure video on fiberoptic intubation. In this case we show you how to use a William Airway to assist with tracheal access and tube delivery. Pay particular attention to how the scope is delivered down the tube with the non-dominant hand.
Things That Will Make You Better
ICYMI, during the videos above, here are some important but often overlooked little details that will help you improve your technique. Make sure to incorporate these expert tips into your hands-on practice.
Bend this Not That
If you’re finding it hard to hold that scope up over your head, high enough or long enough, to deliver that tube, guess what, you don’t have to! What this cool expert tip. 😎
Walking the Scope
Having trouble driving the scope to the target? One problem may be how you’re “walking” that scope down the tube, inadvertently pushing it too far down. Watch this tip 👀
Learn How to Problem Solve
Even with the best technique you can run into problems. This clinical pearls will help you to avoid common problems and troubleshoot in realtime with a toolkit of solutions to deploy. 🧰
The Tube/Scope Mismatch
Did you know that the size of the tube relative to the scope matters? Take a moment to learn why.
Tools of the Trade
Spend Some Time With the Tools
Learn more about each of the items used in effectively intubating your patient with a fiberoptic device. If you’re with us in person snap on the QR code of each item and learn more. 🤚
|Tongue Depressor||Williams Oral Airway|
|Endotracheal Tube||The Bronchoscope|
Checklist for AFOI
Download & Use Me 👇
This AFOI checklist is a great cognitive tool that will ensure the proper preparation of your patient, your equipment, and your team prior to awake fiberoptic intubation. Use it for just-in-time learning or in the clinical space.
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