Home > Tag Archives: video laryngoscopy

Tag Archives: video laryngoscopy

The Five Ws of Intubation

The airway is the first priority in EMS. It’s also often the most overwhelming. Learn how airway expert and instructor Jim Radcliffe, BS, MBA, EMT-P, reduces that stress.

Read More »

Scary Airways

How do you get past the first monster of the airway, the tongue, and slay the dragon of the difficult airway?

Read More »

See Cords Around Corners

I had picked up the Glidescope a number of times at conferences. Would it work in a high-pressure, high-stakes clinical setting?

Read More »

Airway Finesse

Visualizing the Airway

The key to successful intubations is to relax and find a way to work smarter, not harder.

Read More »

Video Laryngoscopy's Place in an Ambulance

A.J. Heightman, MPA, EMT-P, recalls the exclusionary criteria set forth during his OR intubation training, and how most of his field intubations met one or more of those criteria.

Read More »

Airway Algorithms

Airway Management Algorithm

By Charlie Eisele, BS, NREMT-P
Airway expert Charlie Eisele uses an algorithm to help him prepare for management of difficult airways. Find out why each step is important.

Read More »

An Introduction to Video Laryngoscopy

By Charlie Eisele, BS, NREMT-P
Charlie Eisele isn’t shy about sharing his viewpoint on video laryngoscopy. Find out why he thinks it’s well worth the money.

Read More »

The Video Laryngoscopy Movement

There’s considerable pressure on EMS to improve successful intubation rates, and the advent of video laryngoscopy designed for the field is poised to produce findings that support its use in this demanding context.

Read More »

Welcome to EMS Airway Clinic!

The mission of this site is to provide an informal meeting place to provide a variety of styles and techniques to improve our skills.

Read More »