Advanced Airway Course Yellowstone/Tetons - 2020
We have been monitoring the impact of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout the country. As hospital leaders, clinicians, and staff, we understand the importance of your health and safety in your obligation to care for your patients and communities. With this in mind, we have decided to cancel the Advanced Airway Course Yellowstone/Tetons - 2020 on June 8-10, 2020.
World's Most Beautiful Airway Course
Come to one of the most extraordinary places of natural beauty in North America. Jackson Lake Lodge is an incredible venue at the north end of the Tetons and the southern entrance to Yellowstone National Park. It offers amazing views of the Tetons and abundant wildlife including moose, bison and elk. Recharge your soul while gaining procedural confidence and skills. The schedule is designed to facilitate vacation time. The hotel is only 27 miles from Jackson airport (with direct flights from Denver, Salt Lake City, Dallas/Ft. Worth, Minneapolis, Chicago, Newark, Atlanta, San Francisco, Houston, and Los Angeles).
The Advanced Airway Course focuses on advanced airway management techniques using mannequins to practice surgical airways including flexible fiberoptics, video laryngoscopes, and surgical airways. We review airway anatomy using a variety of imaging modalities and discuss critical care cases involving difficult airway management. In addition we review rescue ventilation devices, strategies to prevent desaturation, and the use of non-invasive ventilation and oxygenation devices.
Specialized and custom designed airway manikins provide anatomic variation for hands-on practice with various laryngoscopes, fiberscopes, and surgical devices. Attendees practice nasoendoscopy using sterile sheaths on themselves and each other. (Participants on anticoagulants should not undergo nasoendoscopy.)
What makes this Advanced Airway Course different from other airway courses?
There is extensive hands-on practice with a wide variety of devices. In addition to the nasoendoscopy experience, unique intubation mannequins and surgical airway models offer anatomic variation and different intubation challenges. The nasoendoscopy experience provides an opportunity to see a wide variety of live-tissue airway anatomy.
The Advanced Airway Course is tailored to emergency physicians, but critical care physicians, anesthesiologists, and other clinicians responsible for emergency and difficult airway management are encouraged to attend.
7:00am - 10:30am Breakfast Lake Cruise
(sign up through Jackson Lodge activities desk, $45/person)
2:00pm - 6:00pm Course
6:30pm – 9:00pm Group Buffet Dinner
7:00am - 11:00am Course
7:00am – 11:00am Course
1:00pm - 4:00pm River rafting trip (age 6 and up)
Cancellations must be made in writing to CEME at email@example.com. Refunds, less a $100 processing fee, are provided if cancellation occurs more than 30 days in advance of the course. Substitutions/transfers may be made up to 21 calendar days before the course. No refunds available for cancellation within 10 days of the course date.
Incorporate use of flexible nasoendoscopy with epiglottoscopy into practical airway management
Explain the risks and benefits of RSI vs. awake (non-muscle relaxant use) intubation in emergency airway situations.
Demonstrate optimal methods for nasoendoscopy using flexible scopes.
Execute the skills to perform nasoendoscopy to view upper airway anatomy and abnormalities.
Non-view Cottage room $267 per night, Mountain View Cottage Room $363
The above rates are based on standard occupancy per bedroom. For each additional person over standard occupancy per bedroom, a charge of $12 per adult (12 yrs and older) per night: plus tax, will be added to the room rate.
Room rates quoted above are non-commissionable, net rates, subject to tax, currently *%
Group rates will be honored for Group attendees 3 days before Group arrival and 3 days after Group departure, based on availability.
Richard M. Levitan, MD
Adjunct Professor of Medicine Dartmouth (EM)
Visiting Professor of Emergency Medicine University of Maryland Medical Center
Brian Driver, MD
Director of Clinical Research
Department of Emergency Medicine
Hennepin County Medical Center
Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine
Professor of Emergency Medicine
University of Minnesota Medical School
Assistant Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine
Hennepin County Medical Center
Disclosure of Faculty Financial Interests or Relationships:
- 16.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™
- 16.00 Certificate of Participation