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The Procedure – Fiberoptic Intubation

A NEXTGEN LEARNING SPACE DESIGNED TO ELEVATE YOUR AIRWAY PRACTICE
  • Basic skills & precision movements for use of a fiberoptic intubation device
how to navigate this space

Organized from rapid review to deep dive; getting started is as simple as scrolling down, or using the links in the navigation tool below.๐Ÿ‘‡

Rapid ReviewFull Video
MicroskillsTroubleshooting
Tools of the TradeAFOI Checklist
Guided Audio
Next StepsMasterclass

Rapid Review

Real time too slow for you? This high speed selection will jog your memory, give you the highlights, and prime you for what comes next.

Dive Deep – full video

Take some time to dig into the details and watch this full procedure video on how to handle this device.

Self-Practice: guided audio

Visualization is a valuable training tool. Use this audio to help you visualize the steps of FOI, or use it to guide your self-practice in one of our pop-up spaces.

WAIT THERE’S MORE!

If you’re exploring this content in one of our pop-up learning pods, or at one of our PAC LIVE!! events, don’t pass up on all the hand on practice, expert coaching, and sim challenge opportunities connected with this digital spaces!

In Person

  1. Visit the hands on skills stations
  2. Use these digital tools for self-guided practice at your own pace.
  3. Get real-time coaching feedback
  4. Test your skills: SIM challenges

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Dive Deeper – microskills & gestures

Watch any expert closely and you will see that it’s the little details that matter, those subtle gestures that separate the amateur from the pro. Go ahead and review this collection of microskills & gestures then pick up the device to encode those tactile skills into your long-term memory at one of integrated in person learning installations.

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Troubleshooting Tips

When you get into trouble you need a real-time set of rapid troubleshooting techniques to address the problem. We compile them all for you here.

Bend this Not That

If you find it hard to hold the scope up high enough, or to hold that tension on the device that will keep you from inadvertently bending it in a way that effects maneuverability. Then this tip is for you.

Walking the Scope

Having trouble driving the scope to the target? One problem is that you may be inadvertently pushing that tube too far down as you insert the scope. This bundle of troubleshooting tips is for you.

tube scope mismatch

Did you know that the size of the tube relative to the scope matters? Take a moment to learn why.

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. ๐Ÿคš

Tongue DepressorWilliams Oral Airway
Endotracheal TubeThe Bronchoscope
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Use Me ๐Ÿ‘‡

This AFOI checklist is a great cognitive tool that will ensure the proper preparation of your patient, your equipment and your team prior to an awake fiberoptic intubation.

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Now locate any of the posters below within the installation to continue your training. Then snap the QR codes embedded within them to access the learning space. Look for the โœ‹emoji for integrated hands on training opportunities.

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