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Seth Trueger 27 Sep 12
I think you mean VL + ELM + bougie :)
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Fayaz Gulamani 27 Sep 12
DL or VL +ELM + Bougie equals first pass success and less anal sphincter contraction!
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Minh Le Cong 27 Sep 12
totally agree. My point is high risk aspiration cases should get layered strategy of airway defence. CP yes IMO
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Seth Trueger 27 Sep 12
you know my thoughts: use of cricoid pressure kills puppies
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Steve Carroll DO MEd 27 Sep 12
Replying to @MDaware @rfdsdoc and 2 others
every time you use CP, God kills a kitten, please- do(n't) do it for the kittens
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Minh Le Cong 27 Sep 12
Replying to @embasic @MDaware and 2 others
you see Brent what I mean by the EM folk CRicoid pressure nazis?
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Seth Trueger 27 Sep 12
Replying to @rfdsdoc @embasic and 2 others
I would rather hate CP than kill puppies
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Minh Le Cong 27 Sep 12
Replying to @MDaware @embasic and 2 others
ok I think my point is made
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Minh Le Cong 27 Sep 12
Replying to @rfdsdoc @MDaware and 3 others
CP judiciously, not religiously!
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Seth Trueger 27 Sep 12
Replying to @rfdsdoc @embasic and 2 others
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Seth Trueger 27 Sep 12
Replying to @DocBrent @rfdsdoc and 2 others
brain cells dedicated to cricoid pressure are brain cells not thinking about cricothyroidotomy
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Dr Brent May 27 Sep 12
Replying to @MDaware @rfdsdoc and 2 others
ha ha ha. I am always thinking about cricothyroidotomy - plan D. It does take many brain cells.
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Minh Le Cong 27 Sep 12
Replying to @DocBrent @MDaware and 2 others
thats another very good teaching slide, thaks!
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Dr Brent May 27 Sep 12
Replying to @rfdsdoc @MDaware and 2 others
I prefer to use the Wonka one but it looks pretty sarcastic!
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Dr Brent May 27 Sep 12
Replying to @rfdsdoc
excuse the spelling mistake, try this
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Fayaz Gulamani 27 Sep 12
Replying to @DocBrent @rfdsdoc and 2 others
Have any of you ever had to perform a bougie assisted Cric?
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Minh Le Cong 27 Sep 12
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Fayaz Gulamani 27 Sep 12
Replying to @rfdsdoc @DocBrent and 2 others
Would you consider doing a bougie assisted cric over the standard traditional cric? Bougie seems faster
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Fayaz Gulamani 27 Sep 12
Replying to @rfdsdoc @DocBrent and 2 others
sorry for all the questions, just fascinated with all the knowledge out there
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