Chris Nickson’s seminal post Own the Oxylog 3000 taught us the difference between protective and obstructive ventilation strategies, and showed us how to amaze our friends with Pplateau.But did it show us where the bloody “on” switch was? Eh?
So this video is for Oxylog knobophobes who can’t get off square 1. As well as showing you how to turn the machine on, the video is packed with FACTS FACTS FACTS:
- WHAT happens if you drop an Oxylog 3000 on your foot.
- WHY you shouldn’t leave an Oxylog 3000 in a taxi.
- HOW to position your genitalia when pressing the inspiratory hold key.
- LITFL: Own the Oxylog 3000
- LITFL: Oxylog 3000 Alarm Failure
- EMCrit.org: Dominating the Vent Part 1 and Dominating the Vent Part 2
- EM Updates: Emergency Department Intubation Checklist v13
- Connolly EM: Oxylog 3000 Plus Overview
- Pulmonary Puzzle 012: Man versus machine: can you deal with post-intubation hypoxia?
- Pulmonary Puzzle 013: Bronchospastic blood pressure badness: what about post-intubation hypotension in an asthmatic?
- Pulmonary Puzzle 014: Alarmingly high pressures: what to do when a high pressure alarm goes off? Which pressures are important?
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