February 13, 2021

Evaluation and Management of The Physiologically Difficult Airway: Consensus Recommendations From Society for Airway Management

November 21, 2020

Covid-19 aerosol box as protection from droplet and aerosol contaminations in healthcare workers performing airway intubation: a randomised cross-over simulation study (A Single Centered Malaysian Study)

October 25, 2020

The Difficult Airway Refocused


October 25, 2020 

Tracheal Introducers and Airway Trauma COVID-19.

[Br J Anaesth] (2020) [Epub ahead of print]

  • Covid-19 airway is more inflamed and frail, therefore more prone to trauma
  • Advocating video laryngoscope + bougie in Covid-19 Intubation to achieve first pass success & reduce the risk of bougie-related tracheal trauma
  • Never advance the bougie blindly and by force
  • Do not pass the bougie > 8 cm after vocal cord
  • Multidisciplinary evaluation is recommended should such airway trauma occur

October 5, 2019

 The DIFFMASK score for predicting difficult facemask ventilation: a cohort study



April 13, 2019

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October 8, 2018

Manual Left Paratracheal Esophageal Compression With An USG Transducer

Great alternative to Cricoid Pressure with Real-time Ultrasonographic Visualization!


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 September 24, 2018

Large-Bore Suction Device/Catheter + SALAD (Suction Assisted Laryngoscopy for Airway Decontamination) +/- Epiglottoscopy with ‘Mac-D Technique’


Decontaminate with suction as lead

Place laryngo-blade (VL > DL)

Park suction cath by moving it to left of the blade

Airway is cleared with continuous suction

Intubate with ‘Mac-D Technique’

Achieving First-Pass Success

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