Arthur Ernest Guedel (1883 – 1956) was an American anesthesiologist. Guedel Oropharyngeal airway and classification system
Thomas Philip Ayre (1901-1979) was an English anaesthetist. Ayre is most well-known for his eponymous T-piece, a device which revolutionised anaesthesia for babies and children.
Sir Ivan Whiteside Magill (1888 – 1986) was an Irish Anaesthetist. Epomnymously affiliated with various anaesthetic devices such as the Magill forceps
Dr Laura Duggan discusses recent research quantifying airborne particle exposure when using aerosol containment devices for intubation.
Brian Arthur Sellick (1918 – 1996) British anaesthetist. Best known for his description of the Sellick manoeuvre and hypothermia in cardiac surgery
Dr Stacey Turner demonstrates the pros and cons of different strategies for apnoeic CPAP for pre-oxygenation of COVID-19 patients prior to intubation (video).
Dr Albert Chan shares his findings from simulation testing of the "aerosol box" for the intubation of COVID-19 patients.
Virginia Apgar (1909 – 1974) was an American Obsgtetric anesthesiologist. Eponymously affiliated with the Apgar score - to assess newborn child health.
Arthur Ernest Sansom (1838 - 1907) was an English physician and anaesthetist.
Adam Rehak provides practical pearls about managing the unexpected difficult airway; emphasising the importance of effective teamwork with the Vortex approach and the DAS guidelines.
Great pediatric care requires excellent pain management, and excellent pain management requires the recognition that sucrose is not a pain medication.
Michael Antony Denborough (1929 – 2014) was an Australian anaesthetist, academic, activist and medical researcher. First described malignant hyperthermia (Maladie de Denborough)