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Date/Time

Date(s): 21/02/2022

Time: 08:45 - 16:00


Location

Weston Education Centre
10 Cutcombe Road
London
SE5 9RJ

Valid Student/Hospital ID is required

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On Day 3, we will focus on those areas circled in black:


The IAC Skills Fishbone


Contents of this KNAC Course

Feb 2022

Date/Time Event
07/02/2022
08:45 - 16:00
Day 1 - KNAC Feb 2022
Weston Education Centre, London
09/02/2022
08:45 - 16:00
Day 2 - KNAC Feb 2022
Weston Education Centre, London
21/02/2022
08:45 - 16:00
Day 3 - KNAC Feb 2022
Weston Education Centre, London
23/02/2022
08:45 - 16:00
Day 4 - KNAC Feb 2022
Tina Chan Room, Anaesthetic Dept, London

Mar 2022

Date/Time Event
02/03/2022
08:45 - 16:00
Day 5 - KNAC Feb 2022
Tina Chan Room, Anaesthetic Dept, London


References

Adult DAS intubation guidelines:

https://das.uk.com/files/das2015intubation_guidelines.pdf

https://das.uk.com/files/01-15%20DAS-algorithms-web-PRINT20092015.pdf

Videolaryngoscopy:

Video Laryngoscopy Overview on Vimeo

Videolaryngoscopy classification:

Accuracy, intra‐ and inter‐rater reliability of three scoring systems for the glottic view at videolaryngoscopy – O’Loughlin – 2017 – Anaesthesia – Wiley Online Library

Human factors (E.Bromiley)

https://youtu.be/JzlvgtPIof4

Intubation through a SAD:

Fibreoptic guided tracheal intubation through SAD using Aintree intubation catheter | Difficult Airway Society

Difficult Airway eFONA video:

Front of Neck Access – Training video | Difficult Airway Society

DAS extubation guidelines:

DAS extubation guidelines | Difficult Airway Society

Elective USS of impalpable FON:

Ultrasonographic identification of the cricothyroid membrane: best evidence, techniques, and clinical impact | BJA: British Journal of Anaesthesia | Oxford Academic

Ultrasound identification of the cricothyroid membrane: the new standard in preparing for front-of-neck airway access – British Journal of Anaesthesia

Difficult airway trolley:

https://das.uk.com/files/Difficult_airway_trolley_DAS.pdf

Capnography:

Capnography: No Trace = Wrong Place | The Royal College of Anaesthetists

Capnography Waveform Interpretation • LITFL • CCC Equipment

Abnormal capnography waveforms and their interpretation | Deranged Physiology

Uses of capnography in the critical care unit | BJA Education | Oxford Academic

https://images.app.goo.gl/Fsy882CJuzhhfrAg6


Day Lead

James Bland