Rich Levitan is arguably the world's most revered and cited airway educator in critical care. He runs the world-famous cadaver airway course in Baltimore amongst many others. His research and teaching has influenced guidelines around the world.
Rich teaches a simplified and incrementalised approach to laryngoscopy as well as tips and pearls to improve patient positioning, resuscitation, oxygenation, visualisation of the cords, tube delivery and first-pass success.
Highly recommended for all critical care providers. This course includes 6 lectures plus multiple tutorials on the skills of airway management.
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Duration 335 mins.
Professor Richard Levitan
Professor Levitan is an Adjunct Professor of Emergency Medicine at Dartmouth School of Medicine (New Hampshire), visiting Professor at University of Maryland School of Medicine (Baltimore, Maryland). Professor Levitan is director of the New York City Airway Course, the Yellowstone Airway Course and the worlds largest cadaver airway course, in Baltimore (monthly for 16 years). He has given more the 350 invited international lectures on airway management and authored 42 publications and 3 textbooks on airway management. He is the inventor of the AirwayCam, which captured real-time, advanced airway skills for the first time. These resources have been used in 4000 hospitals in 26 different countries.
Find out more here: www.airwaycam.com
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