The challenge is to pass on the expertise and the intuition of the few into the clinical practise of all


Airway Triage App available in the Apple and Google app stores


Open access Airway Management Academy teaching videos on Vimeo


Airway Triage App short users guide


Advanced Airway Documentation Form (physician copy)


Have we reached the end for throat packs inserted by anaesthetists?

Editorial Anaesthesia 2018


On demand webinar (23 minutes) Airway Management: Innovative Oxygenation and transcutaneous CO2 monitoring


Airway Management Guidelines: why do we look backward when we need to look forward

Editorial Trends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care 2017


A prospective, cohort evaluation of major and minor airway management complications during routine anaesthetic care at an academic medical center

Top 10 best articles Anaesthesia 2017

Anaesthesia 2017


Our love-hate relationship with succinylcholine: Is sugammadex any better?

Editorial Canadian Journal of Anaesthesia 2016


Evaluation of a new double lumen tube with an integrated camera 

Top 10 best articles Anaesthesia 2015

Anaesthesia 2015


The myth of the difficult airway; airway management revisited

Editorial Anaesthesia 2015


Airway Management Academy: A global initiative to increase patient safety during airway management by medical education
Trends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care (TACC) 2015


Can sugammadex save a patient in a simulated ‘cannot intubate, cannot ventilate’ situation?

Top Ten Cited article Anaesthesia 2009-2011

Anaesthesia 2010


Advanced airway management training in Amsterdam (page 21-23)


A problem based approach to awake flexible optical intubation (free download from I-tunes store)

Huitink JM, Eipe N, Cocciante A, Krage R, Segal R, JH Bretschneider 2013 e-book

Or if you do not have access to I-tunes you can download the PDF version here A_problem_based_approach_to_awake_flexible_optical_intubation (PDF)


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