Tag Archives: intubation

On the Frontlines of the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted on 05/08/20 by Allied Anesthesia

Anesthesiologists are playing a vital, and in many ways, new role in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic, and many Allied Anesthesiologists are on the frontlines of that fight. While anesthesiologists are most often associated with managing pain and safely putting patients to sleep during surgeries, today, many are working to keep patients alive and healthy in […]

The Most Critical Factor in Tracheal Intubation: Your Clinical Judgment, Planning and Preparation

Posted on 12/17/19 by Allied Anesthesia

As long as the field of anesthesiology has been around, so has been the two-fold challenge: intubation and oxygenation. If you have been in practice for any amount of time, you are quite familiar with “can’t intubate, can’t oxygenate” emergencies. Tracheal intubation is difficult if not, at times, downright impossible. This is a given that […]