1h 45 min

Episode 38: Pediatric Intubation: Are Children Just Small Adults‪?‬ The EMS Lighthouse Project

    • Medicina

Children are often considered to be just small adults, much to the dismay of pediatricians everywhere. But when it comes to peri-intubation cardiac arrest, is it true? We know that, in adults, peri-intubation hypoxia is a strong predictor of cardiac arrest. Is this true in pediatric patients?

This episode features another oral board case with Dr. Erin Lincoln (@ErinTWL) and live discussion with Mike (@MikeVerkest), Jeff (@DrJeffJarvis) and special guest Dr. Peter Antevy (@HandtevyMD). Our live segment had lots of great listener questions which led Peter and Jeff to go deep down the rabbit hole of safe intubation practices.

If you like what you hear, please give us a 5-star rating wherever you get your podcasts and tell your friends to subscribe (or download each episode several times… we’ve gotta beat Second Shift after all). All of our podcasts are now also released in video format on the FlightbridgeED YouTube channel. Take a look, subscribe, and give us a ‘thumbs up’.

As always, we want to hear your feedback and questions/comments. You can reach us at @DrJeffJarvis, jeff.jarvis@flightbridgeed.com and @MikeVerkest, mike.verkest@flightbridgeed.com.

Children are often considered to be just small adults, much to the dismay of pediatricians everywhere. But when it comes to peri-intubation cardiac arrest, is it true? We know that, in adults, peri-intubation hypoxia is a strong predictor of cardiac arrest. Is this true in pediatric patients?

This episode features another oral board case with Dr. Erin Lincoln (@ErinTWL) and live discussion with Mike (@MikeVerkest), Jeff (@DrJeffJarvis) and special guest Dr. Peter Antevy (@HandtevyMD). Our live segment had lots of great listener questions which led Peter and Jeff to go deep down the rabbit hole of safe intubation practices.

If you like what you hear, please give us a 5-star rating wherever you get your podcasts and tell your friends to subscribe (or download each episode several times… we’ve gotta beat Second Shift after all). All of our podcasts are now also released in video format on the FlightbridgeED YouTube channel. Take a look, subscribe, and give us a ‘thumbs up’.

As always, we want to hear your feedback and questions/comments. You can reach us at @DrJeffJarvis, jeff.jarvis@flightbridgeed.com and @MikeVerkest, mike.verkest@flightbridgeed.com.

1h 45 min

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