GlideScope Technique For Intubation In Small Mouths

The GlideScope can be difficult to use in a patient with a small, narrow mouth. This article discusses a technique for improving successful intubation in that type of patient. Read More …

Airway Emergency: Start With The Basics of Airway Management

A case of “can’t intubate- can’t ventilate is discussed which illustrates the importance of always using good techniques of basic airway management. Read More …

Awake Intubation With The GlideScope

One of the most challenging scenarios to face is a tumor in the airway. Working closely with your surgeon is important. In these days of advanced technology, we often avoid awake intubate because of concern of causing the patient pain or distress. However, sometimes awake intubation is the safest way to proceed and if you are gentle and prepare the patient well, it can be comfortable as well. The Glidescope is another tool you can use for awake intubation. Read More …

Glidescope: Tricks For Successful Intubation

Glidescopes are very easy to use, but intubation with the Glidescope is very different than direct laryngoscopy. I have seen many novice Glidescope users struggle to intubate, despite having great views of the larynx. Failure to recognize the differences of using the Glidescope can make intubation not only frustrating but also hazardous to your patient. Beginners almost always make the same few easy to correct mistakes. This article discusses those mistakes and how to correct them. Read More …