Highlights

Drs. Michael Murphy, Ernesto Brauer & Eric Siegal on Airway Skills: “Not Just for Anesthesia Providers”

“As anesthesiology once assisted EM [Emergency Medicine] in developing airway management standards, training and curricula, we must do the same for our colleagues in critical care and hospital medicine.” This is the invitation extended by Drs. Michael Murphy, Ernesto Brauer and Eric Siegal in ‘Airway Skills Are Important…and Not Just for Anesthesia Providers,’ recently published […]

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Transtracheal Jet Ventilation in the ‘Can’t Intubate Can’t Oxygenate’ Emergency one of BJA Top 2016 Downloads

The British Journal of Anaesthesia (BJA) posted its collection of the most downloaded articles of 2016.  Among these articles is Transtracheal Jet Ventilation in the ‘can’t intubate can’t oxygenate’ emergency: a systematic review. The Difficult Airway Course: Anesthesia faculty members Laura Duggan MD, J. Adam Law MD, Ian Morris MD and Michael Murphy MD authored the […]

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Five Faculty Members of The Difficult Airway Course Featured in January Annals of Emergency Medicine

Congratulations to Brian Driver MD, Robert Reardon MD, John Sakles MD, Darren Braude MD, EMT-P, and Kevin High RN, EMT, all faculty for The Difficult Airway Course, who authored articles featured in the January issue of the Annals of Emergency Medicine.  You can see the full January issue here: http://www.annemergmed.com/issue/S0196-0644(16)X0012-1 Individual articles published are: Acute Management of Paradoxical […]

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“2015 Airway Articles You Can’t Practice Without” published by Drs. Darren Braude and Tatsuya Norii

In ‘Breaking News: 2015 Airway Articles You Can’t Practice Without’ Dr. Darren Braude, Medical Director for The Difficult Airway Course: EMS and Dr. Tatsuya Norii present the 12 “must-read” airway articles of 2015. “The past year gave us some impressive research that every emergency physician should review to stay on top of the latest trends […]

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