Surviving Trauma RSI

Surviving Trauma RSI and Coming Out the Other Side with Laura Duggan

Airway management needs to be proven, predictable and as simple as possible.

Silence = death.

It is hard to open yourself up and ask to be coached through something but it can be lifesaving.

Laura Duggan explains how to Survive Trauma RSI and come out the other side.

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Laura Duggan

Laura is an Associate Professor and cardiothoracic anesthesiologist at the University of British Columbia, a Canadian Royal College examiner, an Editor for the journal Anaesthesia, and proud of her pediatric emergency medicine roots. For her, the finest areas of medicine are those simultaneously “owned” by various specialties and professions; resuscitation, airway management, echocardiography and communication in crisis.

Her area of inquiry is airway management; particularly observational studies looking at what we actually do in high-risk clinical situations. When not immersed clinical care, she can be found with at least one animal. Very proud of her ever-expanding network of collaborating colleagues in various acute care specialties and countries; cocktails are sometimes involved. Her family truly is her rock. [@drlauraduggan]

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