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Course Objectives

1. Discuss and demonstrate the 6-D method of airway


assessment.
2. Demonstrate ways to rescue a failed intubation.
3. Demonstrate the use of supraglottic airway devices
(SADs) for rescue ventilation.
4. Demonstrate the use of the LMA-Fastrach in difficult
airway management.
5. Demonstrate proper use of videolaryngoscopy.
6. Demonstrate how to perform bougie-assisted
intubation.
7. Demonstrate special techniques to overcome difficult
laryngoscopy.
8. Discuss proper use of airway drugs.
9. List effective options for management of the
traumatized airway.
10. Discuss methods of aspiration prophylaxis.
11. Demonstrate how to overcome an unanticipated
difficult airway.
12. Discuss airway management implications in morbidly
obese patients.
13. Discuss airway management implications in
obstetrical patients.
14. Discuss AHA-approved methods to confirm tracheal
intubation and monitor lung ventilation.
Over the past decade SLAM has successfully trained
thousands of practitioners from across the spectrum
of healthcare. We provide multidisciplinary
instruction and application of basic, advanced and
special airway considerations. We teach peer-
reviewed strategies for resolving the difficult airway
and improving outcome. This full-day workshop has
been especially designed for anesthesia providers
and features cutting-edge management strategies
for routine, emergency or difficult airway
management and includes hands-on training with
state-of-the art equipment.
McAllen Location Wingate by Wyndham Airport
Hotel, 1500 Wichita Ave., McAllen, TX 78503 (directly
across the street from the McAllen Airport). Hotel
phone number: (956) 632-2000
San Antonio Location Norris Conference Center,
4522 Fredericksburg Road, A-100, San Antonio, TX
78201.
The multidisciplinary textbook by James Michael
Rich, CRNA, which is available for purchase, covers:
Oxygenation, ventilation,
intubation
Decision-making in airway
management
Bougie-assisted intubation
Rescue ventilation
Videolaryngoscopy and
use of fiberoptic stylets
Basic through advanced
airway techniques
Faculty
Patrick Olumu, M.D. Conference Chair
Alex Visuara, M.D.
Jim Rich, CRNA
William Teskey, CRNA
2014 Dates
McAllen: 6/15
San Antonio:
7/27 10/26
8/17 11/16
9/28
Attend both the Pediatric Course
on Saturday and the Adult Course
on Sunday to receive a combined
course discount.


Expert Airway Training for all anesthesia providers!
This full-day course includes lectures, hands-on stations,
CEs, food and refreshments.
Approved for 10 CE credits by these groups:
AANA (for CRNAs)
AMA CAT I (MD, DO, PA)
SLAM 1-Day
Adult Airway
Management
Course
If Your Patient Cant Breathe,
Nothing Else Matters!
SLAM
3526 Lakeview Pkwy
Suite B-238
Rowlett, TX 75088
Phone: 214-578-1731
Fax: 210-910-6242
E-mail: orders@slamairway.com
Web: www.slamairway.com

Since 1999 SLAM has
offered Education &
Training that fosters
clinical competency
and emphasizes
patient safety.
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SLAM


Registration: online, fax, mail
Register at www.slamairway.com
SRNAs & Residents - $150
MDs/DOs/CRNAs - $300
EMS/RN/AT/RT - $200
Register online with credit card or by Pay Pal
Register with check - Download, print, mail
or fax registration form (available on website)
If faxing: your check must be received within
1 week to hold your registration
All registration is confirmed 100% by email
If you dont receive confirmation within 24
hours please call ASAP.
Prevent and Overcome Complications
The ASA Closed Claims Liability Study revealed that
85% of airway injuries resulted in death or brain
death. The cost of each averaged $400,000 with a
maximal cost of $5.4 million. SLAM seeks to
decrease personal and institutional liability by
teaching safe and effective airway management
principles and techniques. Attend SLAM and learn
how to prevent and overcome potentially deadly
airway complications.
Course Activities
Morning Session
The Anesthesia Closed Claims Project
SLAM Emergency Airway Algorithm
Evaluation and assessment of the airway
Direct laryngoscopy and tracheal intubation
Techniques to rescue difficult laryngoscopy
Videolaryngoscopy: See what you are missing
Proven ways to prevent & rescue difficult
intubation
Confirmation of tracheal intubation
Rescue ventilation techniques using supraglottic
airway devices (SADs)
The traumatized airway, c-spine protection and
cricothyrotomydos and donts
Lunch

Afternoon Session: Hands-on Training
A to Z laryngoscopy: BURP ELM Airway
Exchange Catheter Bougie-assisted intubation
Advanced techniques to prevent and rescue
failed tracheal intubation
Rescue ventilation using supraglottic airways
LMA-Fastrach
Nasal intubation with DL, FOB and BNTI
Special techniques to overcome difficult
laryngoscopy
Videolaryngoscopy and fiberoptic stylets
One-lung ventilation