Call it cric, call it surgical airway, call it FONA. Whatever you call it, you need to have the skills and mindset to make it happen at the ready every time you intubate. Every month make an appointment for yourself to practice cric (just like my buddy Sara Gray does).
First, you Need the Model
Head over here and print out a 3D model to have for the rest of your career
Next, Buy Some Gaffer Tape
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One roll will last a LONG time. And trust me, buy the gaffer power brand, some of the knockoff brands really suck.
Then Acquire Some 4x4s and Plastic Bags
I think you know where to find some…
Then, Watch the Video
For More on All Things Cric
Come on over to the EMCrit Cric Page
They made a bleeding model using Laura's Model
- EMCrit 306 – Critically Ill and Severe Anaphylaxis - September 8, 2021
- EMCrit 305 – Post-Cardiac Arrest Hypothermia (or not) – TTM2 Synthesis with Niklas Nielsen and Josef Dankiewicz - August 29, 2021
- An Opportunity, a Change, a Request, & an Amazing Upgrade - August 28, 2021