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Our Hospitalist and Emergency Procedures Courses are ideal for all physicians, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, nurse anesthetists (CRNA), residents or students practicing hospital medicine, critical care, or emergency medicine. Live courses qualify for 16 hours of Trauma CME credit and the two day courses fulfill all 30 hours of emergency procedures CME needed for Emergency Nurse Practitioner certification. Our courses also fulfill the emergency procedures training in airway management and bedside procedures needed to obtain the certificate of added qualification in emergency medicine for physician assistants provided through the NCCPA. We are teachers invested in your success.

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Procedure Of The Week
Endotracheal intubation

Endotracheal intubation using direct laryngoscopy

Blog of the Week
Tricks of the Trade for Stylet-guided Endotracheal Intubations
by Joseph Esherick, M.D., FAAFP, FHM
October 17, 2017

Stylet-guided intubations with a bougie can be tricky at times but they can be live-saving devices

Procedure of the Week
Troubleshooting Difficult Intubations
by Joseph Esherick, M.D., FAAFP, FHM
October 17, 2017

Have you ever been able to see the vocal cords during direct laryngoscopy but you weren’t able to pass the endotracheal tube cuff beyond the cords? This occurs not too infrequently during endotracheal intubation and I am going to share a trick for this.