In just two weeks, faculty from The Difficult Airway Course: Emergency will be out in full force at the world's largest Emergency Medicine conference, the ACEP Scientific Assembly 2015 in Boston.
On Monday, October 26, Michael A. Gibbs, MD will lead a session entitled The Unexpected Difficult Airway: How to Avoid It and How to Manage It
. During the session he will discuss identification of potentially difficult airways and applicable management approaches, as well as rescue devices and techniques. This lecture is a pre-requisite for the Advanced Airway Techniques Lab
. All three sections of this lab will be taught exclusively by members of The Difficult Airway Course: Emergency faculty - Megan Fix, MD; Robert F. Reardon, MD; Michael G. Gonzalez, MD; Michael A. Gibbs, MD; Calvin A. Brown, III, MD and Joshua Nagler, MD. The lab will provide "hands-on experience in several key emergency airway management techniques and adjuncts."
Also on Monday, Peter M. DeBlieux, MD will deliver a lecture entitled Been There, But Hope to Never Do That: Averting Common Airway Errors
, where he discusses "strategies to avert frequent/common errors in advanced ED airway management."
Our faculty are looking forward to bringing these sessions to attendees of ACEP15, and anticipate seeing you in Boston! To register for ACEP15, visit http://www.acep.org/sa