Airwaves Episode 3

 

In skilled hands, a hyperangulated videolaryngoscope allows for easy intubation of a patient in whom direct laryngoscopy may have been challenging or impossible. In unskilled hands, however, it may not be possible to yield these benefits, and intubations that would otherwise have been straightforward may become complex or unachievable.

Professor Richard Cooper is a Canadian anesthesiologist who has performed around 6000 videolaryngoscopic intubations and is one of the world's leading experts in hyperangulated videolaryngoscopy.

This session features live, step-by-step demonstrations of Professor Cooper's technique and the opportunity to submit questions and respond to online polls.

Registered participants will receive a certificate of attendance following completion of an online evaluation form.

 

THIS EVENT TOOK PLACE ON 18TH JANUARY 2021

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CONTRIBUTORS

 

Richard Cooper @gaspasser

Anesthesiologist, Toronto, Canada

Former Dirctor, U of Toronto Airway Fellowship

Past President Society for Airway Management

Co-author Canadian Airway Focus Group Guidelines

Working Group Universal Airway Guidelines

 

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