Tag Archives: prehospital

John Hinds Defends Direct Laryngoscopy

Here is the ‘bootlegged’ video footage of John Hinds’ defense of direct laryngoscopy in the prehospital setting.

John brings all his usual wit and mischievousness to the defence of the tried and true way of getting a tube between the cords anywhere and at anytime.

The audio has been released on the RAGE podcast, and is 7 minutes 30 seconds long.

For more John Hinds, go to RAGE’s John Hinds tribute page.

The RAGE podcast is on  iTunes here and the RAGE podcast audio feed is available here.

Thanks again for listening to the RAGE!

Cases from the Races

The RAGE team’s John Hinds gives the medical perspective on high speed motorcycle racing on closed private roads in Ireland at smaccGOLD. Of note, is the use of rapid response motorcycle medics to get to the scene fast, in the first few seconds of the dying process, to save lives.

This talk stole the show at SMACC, you are about to find out why.

Here is the audio (download mp3):

Here are the amazing slides:

To listen to all the smaccGOLD talks as they are released subscribe to the SMACC podcast on iTunes or Libsyn.

This is another version of the ‘Cases from the Races’ talk given by John Hinds – it is a fantastic video… a must watch!