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Jose Torres 10 Jan 16
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Yen Chow 10 Jan 16
not just too deep ...most importantly too hyperangulated approach, tube delivery direction points into rings!
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Yen Chow 10 Jan 16
"Kovacs' sign" is my cue to tilt back/withdraw and lift until "Black hole sign"
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James DuCanto, M.D. 10 Jan 16
Rotate the blade forward to lessen trajectory. Sim it
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Yen Chow 10 Jan 16
go for far off Gr 2 view with target in north hemisphere and plenty of tube delivery space south hemisphere
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Yen Chow 10 Jan 16
Do you mean your hand moves forward and blade tip withdraws?
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James DuCanto, M.D. 10 Jan 16
Rotate the laryngoscope forward in sagital plane w/out withdrawing it--LikeChangingDirection U/S
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James DuCanto, M.D. 10 Jan 16
LikeChangingDirectionNeedle w/UltrasoundGuidance
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Yen Chow 10 Jan 16
I think most important is to create tube delivery space which is what I think you are doing there
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James DuCanto, M.D. 10 Jan 16
Yes. Make sure you are not in too deep or that will restrict that space
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Michael Berrier 23 Feb 16
Replying to @EM_RESUS @NoDesat and 2 others
Been there. Changed tube size before I realized the problem.
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Ryan Ziegler 23 Feb 16
Replying to @EM_RESUS @NoDesat and 2 others
@Crit_Care_Excel I didn't have this issue with a glidescope as often as I do with a McGrath.
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