Clinical Skills – Airway management Step-wise



this technical skills video is going to focus on airway management we're going to run through a stepwise airway management approach first I'm going to check that the airway is clear and we're going to consider using suction if required to perform a head-tilt chin-lift we place one hand on the top of the patient's head and gently tilt their head backwards we place two fingers on the bony part of the chin and gently lift upwards to perform a draw first you must position yourself at the patient's head identify the angle of the mandible place your fingers behind the mandible and lift it in an upward and forward direction using your thumbs to open the patient's mouth to perform single-person ventilations using a bbm you first need the correct mask size this should extend from the bridge of the nose to the chin use a c-shape when you farm an index finger mess this on top of the mask place the middle and ring finger on the ridge of the jaw gently squeeze the bag just enough to see chest rise open the patient's mouth and ensure that it's clear check for any foreign bodies vomit blood or secretions consider using suction the Opie airway should be measured from patients and sizes to the angle of their jaw and set upside down along the roof of the mouth rotate 180 degrees and locate you a nasal pharyngeal airway should be measured from the tip of the nose to the tragus of the ear and sure it is well lubricated with a bevel facing the nasal septum insert it fillet you select the correct size eye gel the weight ranges are provided on the eye gels themselves for a guide a free is a small adult four for a medium adult or a five for a large adult place a small amount of lubricant on the inner and outer rim of the device open the patient's airway and insert the eye gel until definitive resistance is felt the bite block should end up at the level of the incisors check for good chess wise attach capnography detector the catheter mount and the bag valve mask check for end-tidal carbon dioxide bilateral chest flies and good equal air entry the item should then be appropriately secured continue to ventilate the patient you

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  2. Is this copyrighted? Would like to use with reference for an educational study guide for medical students

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  4. Out of curiosity would you not say that two people are needed for an advanced airway, as when you let go the I-gel can move and become dislodged? Also why is there no filter used in the airway circuit as regurgitation and stomach acid may cause a false capnography reading ?

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