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James DuCanto, M.D.
Anesthesiologist, Author & Educator. Inventor SALADSim & Technique, SSCORDuCantoCatheter & SEADUC
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James DuCanto, M.D. 19h
They are on the droplets. We need to filter the droplets.
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Gene Benoit Mar 31
I just want a lot of people worldwide who may not have the opportunity to see this to know your efforts are appreciated
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Dan Buckland 20h
It's at the level of case reports, but hasn't this been used (don't want to use the word "successfully", but consistently maybe) for years in developing countries?
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Dan Buckland 20h
In no way am I being critical here, but the US is going to have to start acting like a resource limited healthcare setting and there a lot of hard lessons that have already been tried and field tested in places that never had adequate resources. It's time to call for help.
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Bon Ku, MD, MPP Mar 31
Can a volunteer ventilator corps help hospitals meet surge capacity demands? explains the strategy for in this article in :
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james horowitz Mar 31
In a terribly ironic twist it seems Covidien killed the government’s low cost ventilator project from 2014 that we could have use for
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James DuCanto, M.D. Mar 31
Replying to @emcrit @EMSwami and 5 others
Ah yes.
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James DuCanto, M.D. Mar 31
Replying to @EMSwami @emcrit and 5 others
If the HEPA filter has a capnography port, you can attach an O2 extension hose to it, and run the O2 at flush level without the nasal cannula
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James DuCanto, M.D. Mar 31
The filters need to filter the droplets which are 1 to 3 µm in size. There is a misconception that we need to filter the viruses themselves. So.. Use a filter
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James DuCanto, M.D. Mar 31
You can lead an endoscopist to the airway, but can’t make them intubate.
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J. Eric Fleming Mar 30
Don’t take the intubated covid-19 patient to CT. Is it really going to change management?
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James DuCanto, M.D. Mar 30
Working on some videos of my encounter with it today—there is a learning curve.
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James DuCanto, M.D. Mar 30
Excellent Gene.
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Naveen Eipe Mar 28
In simulation, I removed stylet partially with Rt. thumb (as I normally do), advance the tube further and then grip ET along with Glidescope in the Lt. Hand and finally remove stylet with free Rt hand. U can also use an assistant to remove the stylet under the tent.
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Naveen Eipe Mar 29
has a great demo here- allows us to keep the outside the
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Minh Le Cong Mar 29
Watch “ASLMC ED Airway Sim March 27 2020 ver 1” on with SALAD SIM
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Yen Chow Mar 29
Thanks for SALAD ... not only keeping optics of VL clean, clearing airway of soilage but also perhaps it is helpful in safety of intubation team to decontaminate aerosolized and droplet respiratory pathogens! Keep safe! ping
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James DuCanto, M.D. Mar 29
Tomorrow —there is the Sim Lab. If you or anyone else can send me an epic picture of a medical background, I’ll green-screen it in like I’ve done for
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James DuCanto, M.D. Mar 29
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James DuCanto, M.D. Mar 29
Ladies and gentlemen I give you—The Physician Protection Box. Here’s mine as I’m loading it into my car
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