Gavin Denton and I get together again to review a couple of recent papers that have some bearing on our practice. Welcome to the Papers of the month. This month we cover Check Up- Position- “A Multicenter, Randomized Trial of Ramped Position vs Sniffing Position During Endotracheal Intubation of Critically Ill Adults” and the APRV trial –BILEVEL-APRV [...]
ACCPs skills are many and varied as those of you who do the job will know. My friend Gavin Denton (@DentonGavin) has conducted 3 different audits along with his colleagues at the Heart of England NHS trust. In this podcast he presents some of the very interesting findings. I think it proves that we are very worth the time [...]
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The Intensive Care Society, Faculty of Intensive Care Medicine, Difficult Airway Society and the Royal College of Anaesthetists have combined to provide the ‘Guidelines for the management of tracheal intubation in critically ill adults‘. The main part of the document covers Plan A to Plan D when performing this procedure. This is well worth a read [...]
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