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Anyone Can Intubate Book
PowerPoint® presentation: Airway Management and Intubation
Intubation Videos
Teacher's Guide
Third World Volunteers Video and Booklet

Our books and videos provide a unique, step-by-step approach to learning and teaching the skills of intubation, airway management, and patient care for EMT-Ps, nurse anesthetist trainees, respiratory therapists, medical students and residents, emergency medicine physicians, and other health professionals needing to refresh their skills for ACLS training.

Whether you are a student or a professional, these books and training materials are for you.

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ANYONE CAN INTUBATE, 4th Edition

27% discount off cover price!

A unique, step-by-step approach to the skills of intubation and airway management using clear and simple instruction. Over 190 step-by-step illustrations

  • airway anatomy, including differences between adult and child
  • basic equipment and how to use it
  • intubation techniques, including pediatric and nasal intubations
  • avoiding common errors
  • strategies for difficult intubations
  • relieving airway obstruction and assisted ventilation
  • safe sedation techniques
  • local anesthetic nerve blocks of the airway
  • use of muscles relaxants for rapid sequence induction (RSI)
  • supraglottic airways including LMA, combitube, esophageal airway
  • intubation of the trauma victim
  • advanced intubation techniques, including fiberoptic intubation
  • complications

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POWERPOINT® PRESENTATION: AIRWAY MANAGEMENT AND INTUBATON
101 step-by-step color slides with lecture notes, larynx photos and QuickTime video clips, read-only. Hyperlinks to major sections and video clips.

  • how to perform basic intubation,
  • anatomy
  • equipment preparation
  • assessment of the patient
  • use of both straight and curved blades
  • common errors
  • verification of proper tube placement
  • difficult situations
  • differences between adult and pediatric anatomy and intubation techniques
  • complications
  • basic airway management
  • recognizing airway obstruction
  • opening the airway
  • placement of oral and nasal airways
  • use of mask and bag for ventilation
  • placement and use of the laryngeal mask airway.

Accompanying Word (ACI-slidelist.doc) and Adobe (ACI-slidelist.pdf) documents list the slide titles and numbers to let you customize the order of the presentation. These documents also provide the associated reference pages and figure numbers in the 4th edition of Anyone Can Intubate to make it easier to coordinate the presentation with readings from the book. Includes pdf files of slides and slides plus notes pages for handout creation.

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VIDEOS

Full color videos available in both DVD and VHS format for paramedics, EMS, medical and nursing students, residents and other health professionals. Teaches step-by-step techniques; equipment and its use; complications during and after; common errors and how to avoid them and more. These videos show real procedures performed on REAL PATIENTS; these are unlike many other videos, which use dummies or models. Produced by Dr. Christine E. Whitten, author of the book "Anyone Can Intubate".

Videos are $59.95 each, plus shipping and handling

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VIDEO: INTRODUCTION TO INTUBATION
50 min

  • step-by-step techniques for intubating adults
  • anatomy for intubation
  • intubation equipment and its preparation
  • tips for performing difficult intubations
  • common errors and how to avoid them
  • dealing with complications during intubation
  • extubation
  • Newly revised and expanded!

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VIDEO: PEDIATRIC AIRWAY MANAGEMENT & INTUBATION
58 min

  • teaches step-by-step techniques for intubating infants and children
  • details differences in pediatric anatomy
  • illustrates equipment for pediatric airways
  • shows special techniques for intubating children
  • describes common errors and how to avoid them
  • Newly revised and expanded!

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VIDEO: AIRWAY MANAGEMENT
35 min

  • step-by-step techniques for airway management
  • anatomy
  • equipment relating to airway management
  • establishment of airway using nasal or oral airways
  • managing the airway bag and mask
  • common errors and how to avoid them
  • Newly revised and expanded!

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VIDEO: FIBEROPTIC INTUBATION
20 min

  • step-by-step techniques for performing fiberoptic intubations
  • indications and contraindications for use
  • design and preparation of equipment for fiberoptic intubations
  • common errors and how to avoid them complications during and after

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VIDEO: NASOTRACHEAL INTUBATION
40 min

  • step-by-step techniques for performing nasotracheal intubations
  • equipment for nasal intubations and its use
  • complications during and after
  • common errors and how to avoid them
  • Newly revised and expanded!
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Free Teacher's Guide available to instructors

A 10 page Teacher's Guide is free opon request to any institution that buys the videos, PowerPoint presentation, or adopts the book as required reading for ther students. The guide consists of chapter by chapter suggestions for presenting the basic intubation and airway managemtn material and K-style multiple choice tests. The tests are laid our for easy dulication for classroom use. Contact us to request a copy.
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$27.50 plus shipping and handling

VIDEO & BOOKLET: Third World Volunteers: Prevention of Anesthestic Mishaps , 30 min

  • for anesthesia residents and providers electing an overseas rotation or volunteering their anesthesia skills in Third World countries.
  • differences between hi-tech anesthesia and older simpler methods often found overseas in less developed settings
  • issues related to patient preparation and concurrent medical conditions
  • common mishaps and how to avoid them

 

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