On-Demand Webinar: Plan C: Navigating the difficult airway

Airway management guru Kelly Grayson on when and how to escalate to a more invasive and secure airway, and when to elevate care


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For years, CoAEMSP guidelines required only five successful intubations to graduate from accredited paramedic programs. The vast majority of these intubations were performed on NPO patients in a controlled anesthesia setting unlike anything a paramedic will ever see in the field, and many graduates of these programs hit the streets not knowing what they didn’t know.

Advanced airway management success hinges on having a backup plan, and then another. In this webinar, sponsored by Zoll, airway management guru Kelly Grayson explains when and how to escalate to a more invasive and secure airway, and when to elevate care. Kelly focused on navigating the difficult airway, including:

  • Apneic oxygenation techniques
  • PEEP
  • The pit crew approach to RSI/DSI
  • Supraglottic airways
  • Surgical cricothyroidotomy

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Kelly Grayson, NRP, CCP
Kelly Grayson, NRP, CCP

Meet the speaker

Kelly Grayson, NRP, CCP, is a critical care paramedic with Acadian Ambulance in Louisiana and owner of Medic Training Solutions. He has spent the past 24 years as a field paramedic, critical care transport paramedic, field supervisor and educator. 

He has an associate's degree from Louisiana State University at Eunice, Nunez Community College. Kelly has been recognized as a Louisiana Paramedic of the Year, Louisiana EMS Instructor of the Year and Louisiana AHA Regional Faculty of the Year, as well as with a Maggie Award for Best Regularly Featured Web Column/Trade and a Folio Eddie Award for Best Online Column.

He is a frequent EMS conference speaker and contributor to various EMS training texts, cohost of the Inside EMS podcast, is a member of the EMS1 Editorial Advisory Board, and is the author of the popular blog, "A Day In the Life of an Ambulance Driver," "En Route: A Paramedic's Stories of Life, Death and Everything In Between," and "On Scene: More Stories of Life, Death and Everything In Between." 

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