Critical Care

  • The Difficult LMA with Professor Charters

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    The Difficult LMA with Professor Charters

    Watch airway pioneer Professor Peter Charters give guidance on difficult laryngeal mask airway placement.

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  • Meet our clinical specialist team.

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    Meet our clinical specialist team.

    The Cook Medical clinical specialist team is here to provide support for your vascular access needs.

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  • WAMM 2015

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    WAMM 2015

    We're proud to have been part of the first World Airway Management Meeting, hosted by the Difficult Airway Society and the Society for Airway Management. Here’s a rundown of what you might have missed.

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  • Understanding the Hospital-Acquired Condition (HAC) Reduction Program.

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    Understanding the Hospital-Acquired Condition (HAC) Reduction Program.

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Take the pain out of bedside tracheostomy.
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Take the pain out of bedside tracheostomy.

Cook offers a comprehensive line of products for all of your tracheostomy needs utilizing percutaneous dilatational placement with the Ciaglia Blue Rhino® G2, and balloon-assisted tracheostomy with the Blue Dolphin BT™.

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Proven lowest infection rates.
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Proven lowest infection rates.

Cook Spectrum catheters are impregnated with minocycline and rifampin, which have been shown to minimize the risk of bacterial colonization of the catheter and catheter-related bacteremia during use.

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Discover a complete solution for your drainage needs.
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Discover a complete solution for your drainage needs.

Cook offers an extensive line of drainage catheters for removing both air and fluid from the pleural and pericardial space. These products are available in a variety of sizes and design configurations.

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Take the "difficult" out of difficult airway.

Cook Medical offers an extensive product line that allows clinicians to convert an emergent uncontrolled airway to an urgent controlled airway.

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Advance to the next level of enteral feeding.
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Advance to the next level of enteral feeding.

Tiger 2™ is an innovative self-advancing nasal jejunal feeding tube that allows peristalsis to pull it directly into the jejunum, providing quick enteral access for the delivery of nutrition and medication.

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Satisfy central line placement guidelines.
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Satisfy central line placement guidelines.

A competitively priced and cost-effective product line, Cook's comprehensive line of central venous catheter trays are designed to enhance safety for both the patient and the physician.

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The Difficult Laryngeal Mask Airway with Prof. Peter Charters

April 5th, 2016
Professor Peter Charters during a Cook Medical interview at WAMM 2015

  In this video, airway management pioneer Professor Peter Charters begins his presentation at WAMM 2015 with a demonstration of the Aintree Intubation Catheter for a laryngeal mask airway (LMA) exchange. Professor Charters then walks through multiple difficult LMA placement scenarios, giving diagnostic criteria for incorrect placement and solutions for better positioning. Couldn’t make it to WAMM 2015? Here’s a rundown of what…

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Feeding Tube Awareness Week

February 3rd, 2016

With a company the size of Cook, chances are that our patients and their caregivers could also be our coworkers and friends. Scott, a trainer in Cook’s fitness center, is the Dad of a 13-month-old “tubie.” In preparation for Feeding Tube Awareness Week, Scott shared his thoughts of caring for an adorable little guy that…

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WAMM 2015: An airway conference 20 years in the making

January 27th, 2016
WAMM 2015: An airway conference 20 years in the making

From November 12-14, the UK-based Difficult Airway Society (DAS) and the US-based Society for Airway Management (SAM) combined their annual meetings into the first World Airway Management Meeting (WAMM). Held in Dublin, this international event welcomed nearly 1,500 delegates from around the world to represent a variety of countries. New DAS Guidelines for Difficult Intubation released…

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CHEST 2015: Top four takeaways

November 23rd, 2015
CHEST 2015: Top 4 Takeaways

One of the largest and most influential critical care meetings took place in Montreal. CHEST 2015, led by the American College of Chest Physicians, brought together expert faculty, offering the latest advances in pulmonary, critical care, and sleep medicine. Topics included early mobilization, interventional pulmonary procedures, and end-of-life decision-making. Couldn’t make it to CHEST this…

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