Highlights

Airway Management in COVID-19 (Coronavirus) – Resources and Updates

COVID-19 Resources A curated collection of airway resources to aid treatment of COVID-19 patients. Free Webinar April 3, 2020 10 am EDT / 2 pm GMT with: Calvin A. Brown, III MD, J. Adam Law MD, Jarrod Mosier MD, Darren Braude MD, EMT-P National Course Directors for The Difficult Airway Course Pragmatic Recommendations for Intubating […]

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3 Steps to Intubate Safely with Suspected COVID-19

Safe intubation of the suspected COVID-19 patient is of upmost importance. Guidance on 3 steps to safe intubation of patients suspected of having COVID-19 is below in a convenient infographic. Please read and feel free to share this document with your colleagues! Download the PDF Here. Authored by: Calvin A. Brown, III, MD – National […]

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update

The Difficult Airway Course (Emergency, Anesthesia and Critical Care) The leadership of Airway Management Education Center has made the difficult decision to cancel The Difficult Airway Courses in Boston (April 4 – 6) and Seattle (May 29 – 31).  Please click here for a statement from the Founders and National Course Directors. If you are […]

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Casey et al. Win 2019 Airway Article of the Year Award

Airway Management Education Center, the creators of The Difficult Airway Course™, hosted the eighth annual “Airway Article of the Year” award show as a live webinar on December 12, 2019.  Webinar host, Calvin Brown III, MD presented four articles as finalists.  The nominees were selected from among all the articles covered during the Airway Management […]

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Bringing The Difficult Airway Course: Residency Edition to Brazil

The Difficult Airway Course made its way to Brazil, providing a unique learning experience to a new audience. Bringing the Course to Brazil was a long process, but it all came together in June. “It’s an exciting time to be involved in residency education in South America,” said David Caro, Co-Director of The Difficult Airway […]

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Announcing Airway Manager

Airway Management Education Center (AMEC) is excited to introduce Airway Manager: Emergency™, the newest educational experience from the creators of The Difficult Airway Course™. Airway Manager: Emergency on NEJM Knowledge+ is an online learning program that combines gold standard airway management education with leading-edge adaptive learning technology. The adaptive learning platform uses smart technology that […]

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Project for Universal Airway Management (PUMA) Includes The Difficult Airway Course Faculty

Several faculty members from The Difficult Airway Course have the privilege of working on the Project for Universal Airway Management (PUMA). Drs. J. Adam Law and John Sakles are part of a team working to create universal guidelines for airway management practices around the globe. Fellow faculty members Drs. Laura Duggan, Darren Braude and Jarrod […]

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Remembering Aaron Bair

The airway community lost one of its best this past week. We are sad to share that Aaron Bair, a member of The Difficult Airway Course: Emergency faculty, has died. Aaron was an energetic member of The Difficult Airway Course family, always eager to improve the world with his innovative vision for medical education and […]

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The Difficult Airway Course Well Represented at SAM 2018

The Society for Airway Management held its 21st SAM Annual Scientific Meeting and Workshop in Chicago last month, and several members of The Difficult Airway Course’s faculty had the opportunity to speak and present at the conference. Program Co-Chair John Sakles MD, SAM President Lorraine Foley MD, Darren Braude MD, Matteo Parotto MD, J. Adam […]

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Drs. Braude and Steuerwald Explore Aspiration Rates with EGD vs. ETI in Recent Air Medical Journal Article

Dr. Michael Steuerwald and Dr. Darren Braude recently worked together on Preliminary Report Comparing Aspiration Rates for Endotracheal Intubation and Extraglottic Devices. Published in the July-August issue of Air Medical Journal, the two hope that their work can open the door for new research on the topic. “Historically people have been more comfortable with intubation,” […]

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