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Airway Emergencies Part 1 (Dr. Bhatti)

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Airway, airway, airway - the thing that will kill first! If a patient doesn't have a patent airway, a cardiac arrest will ensue rapidly. Therefore basic airway management is a concept that every clinician should be well versed in. Are you able to maintain an airway? Are you able to understand what a difficult airway may look like? Do you know about the types of respiratory failure? Do you know about oxygen therapy? This is an introductory presentation on airway emergencies and will be followed by a second part exploring other ways to oxygenate and ventilate a patient. Hopefully this discussion will inspire viewers to read more into some of the topics discussed which may be explored further in future presentations.

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Dr. Faraaz Bhatti

Faraaz Bhatti M.D. is a doctor in Emergency Medicine from the United Kingdom. He graduated from medical school over a decade ago, following which he completed an Emergency Medicine residency and gained his Fellowship from the Royal College of Emergency Medicine. Early on in his career he became involved in medical education, including bedside teaching, examining for a medical school and completing a qualification in education. He has a varied career which notably includes working in forensic medicine alongside four police services. In 2020, as a medical director of an Emergency Department, EMS and Air Ambulance service he played a key role in the COVID-19 major incident response for the hospital in which he worked. In addition as a member of faculty he continued to teach as a senior lecturer for what is one of London’s leading medical schools. Given his colourful CV, with wide-ranging interests from entrepreneurship, to teaching - he continues to enjoy learning and imparting his knowledge as he has transitioned from working in England to the United States.