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EMCrit Podcast 43 – Laryngeal Airways with Daniel Cook, MD (Part I)

EMCrit Podcast - Critical Care and Resuscitation

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EMCrit Podcast 43 – Laryngeal Airways with Daniel Cook, MD (Part I)

EMCrit Podcast - Critical Care and Resuscitation

Online Medical Education on Emergency Department (ED) Critical Care, Trauma, and Resuscitation

EMCrit Podcast - Critical Care and Resuscitation

My favorite supraglottic airway is the Cookgas Air-Q; it was created by an anesthesiologist, Dr. Daniel Cook. He just created a new device that allows the placement of an esophageal blocker through the laryngeal airway. I gave him a call to hear about the new product and in the course of that conversation, he gave me a ton of tips on the placement of laryngeal airways. Part II will specifically discuss the new device.

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