Despite making a previous post and video to explain the way to make sure the device switches on, I regularly get told that the Pocket Monitor (PM) for our C-MAC video laryngoscope is not working/charging/switching on. This is in fact a design feature to prevent accidental activation or discharge. Watch here to find out more:
Thanks to the lovely Sam Adams for playing along…good career in acting if anaesthesia were to ever become boring!
Folks are frequently reporting that our C-MAC Pocket Monitor is not switching on when they plug it in to a blade and want to use it, without realizing that it automatically goes into a hibernation mode if left in the open position for more than 15 minutes. Check out this quick AirwayHowTo video on solving this problem:
Great post on EMDocs covering useful airway techniques, which is helpfully referenced. Not really fair calling the concepts ‘novel’, as most have been around for some time, but are certainly not in ubiquitous use!
Click here for the post…and kudos to Joe Rodgers and EMDocs for the good work 🙂