Videos for an Airway Management Lecture

Howdy Everyone! This post is a bunch of embedded videos I put up here for use on an airway management lecture I’m giving. Feel free to watch them and use them in any training you would like. If you’d like more info on my airway management class, e-mail me at ProEMS1@yahoo.com

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  • http://hellimedic.blogspot.com/ hellimedic

    great timing! I just started airway in my medic class.

  • MysteryMedic

    Airway is a great subject. Why don't you show the class how we breathe with a classic model from the science fair. Most people don't even really understand how we breathe and why people get tired from breathing. Build the balloon in a bottle with a rubber diaphragm at the open base to show it's the muscles surrounding the chest cavity that helps us breathe. From what I've seen, new EMTs and Paramedics don't know how to recognize when a patient is so tired from working at breathing that they need to intervene. Show your students how hard they are working by pulling on the artificial diaphragm. Air just doesn't go in and out by itself, it only does it because it's pulled in due to changes in atmospheric pressure made by our muscles. Show them.

  • http://www.lifeunderthelights.com Ckemtp

    That's a great idea for a model! The lecture was last night and it went well for the 50 or so folks there, but that's a great idea for the next time I give it. Thanks for the tip!

  • MysteryMedic

    Airway is a great subject. Why don't you show the class how we breathe with a classic model from the science fair. Most people don't even really understand how we breathe and why people get tired from breathing. Build the balloon in a bottle with a rubber diaphragm at the open base to show it's the muscles surrounding the chest cavity that helps us breathe. From what I've seen, new EMTs and Paramedics don't know how to recognize when a patient is so tired from working at breathing that they need to intervene. Show your students how hard they are working by pulling on the artificial diaphragm. Air just doesn't go in and out by itself, it only does it because it's pulled in due to changes in atmospheric pressure made by our muscles. Show them.

  • http://www.lifeunderthelights.com Ckemtp

    That's a great idea for a model! The lecture was last night and it went well for the 50 or so folks there, but that's a great idea for the next time I give it. Thanks for the tip!

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