"For every minute you don't have expert knowledge in airway management, someone's life may be on the line..."

"Don't you share my fear of failing in a real emergency airway management situation? 

(I mean, a patient is suffocating due to my inability of establishing a life saving airway)"

"Keep reading to learn how to get your own training guide to manage difficult airway problems instantly!"

FROM: Dr. Till S. Mutzbauer, M.D. D.D.S.

Dear Fellow Emergency Physician,

Dear Fellow Emergency Medical Technician,

You’ve probably heard or read something like “Lack of knowledge and skill may kill” in the context of airway management.

Isn’t that one of your nightmares: An airway management crisis you cannot handle?

Repetitive training makes the expert. But how can you train real airway management problems repetitively? Basically, you can join a course. But normally, when your course is over, the demonstrations you received and the videos that were shown are not available for you anymore.

Wouldn’t it be exciting to have this material downloaded to your PC?

I am an anesthesiologist and emergency physician. Furthermore I am holding a board certification in maxillofacial surgery.

At the time when I joined the first courses in airway management I was always fascinated about what the experts recommended. Most of the sophisticated equipment, however, was not available at our institution.

Many of the consultants had their own strategies and it was sometimes hard to imagine what we would actually do in an emergency.

Later, as a rescue physician without any support from these guys I started developing my own strategies, especially airway management for EMS.

To understand why I’ve created this website
read the following story:

A chemist working with a dangerous mixture of chemical agents was hit by an explosion in his immediate vicinity.

The high temperature of the air entering his airway only during a second or so caused combustion of the upper airway epithelium.

When the rescue helicopter physician and his team arrived the chemist was already in respiratory distress with a severe laryngeal stridor. The procedures were clear: A secure airway had to be established immediately.

To manage this situation an induction of general anesthesia under spontaneous ventilation and conventional endotracheal intubation was prepared.

After induction and primary direct laryngoscopy it turned out that the airway might not be established by use of a conventional endotracheal tube. A second trial of endotracheal intubation with a gum elastic bougie also failed.

Due to the severe swelling of the airway mucosa a direct laryngeal view was impossible for the emergency physician.

As the internal procedures of the flight rescue service required immediate on-site availability of the cricothyrotomy set, this procedure could be performed safely without any delay. In this case the prehospital definitive airway management including the cricothyrotomy itself took about 150 seconds.

I have trained this flight rescue physician with virtually no prior experience in surgical airway management just two weeks before he managed this airway crisis as professionally as he did. He had received a basic training and had performed the procedure in a cadaver just once.

The main factor which made this doctor handling the whole situation in such a professional way, however, was his decision to perform the surgical procedure. This decision was facilitated by the on- site availability of an “algorithm”, a flow chart.

He simply followed the decision tree on this flow chart, which I had developed especially for this flight rescue service. The flow chart guided the rescue physician to the only applicable solution of the problem in this special situation: a cricothyrotomy.

In the hospital setting the cricothyrotomy airway access was replaced by a tracheostomy which could be closed two weeks later.
The patient was discharged after a couple of weeks when he had fully recovered from his facial burns.

My Experience and Background

Since 2003 I am working as an instructor and consultant maxillofacial surgeon at the department of Cranio-Maxillofacial Surgery of the University Dental School, Zurich, Switzerland.

I found my passion in solving special problems in airway management since I temporarily left Maxillofacial Surgery to work in Anesthesia, Emergency Medicine including prehospital Flight Rescue Service and Intensive Care for twelve years in Germany.

As a consultant of an Intensive Care Unit in the German military as well as the leading physician of several German field hospitals during out-of-area missions I developed in-the-field strategies for the management of the difficult airway that can be adapted to individual needs and capabilities.

In various courses, seminars and workshops I provide tips and tricks for airway management covering the range from the very basic bag-valve-mask techniques to surgical airway management procedures such as cricothyrotomy.

Within the last eight years I have educated more than 2000 participants in various courses.

Emergency airway management by ALS methods is important. At least as important, however, are basic bag-valve-mask ventilation procedures which can often be improved to avoid “cannot ventilate”-situations.

Greater efforts to ventilate might provide a chance to healthcare professionals that is often overlooked.

How can YOU improve your bag-valve-mask ventilation?

Studies show that even experts frequently find bag-valve-mask ventilation procedures difficult.

…Perhaps this is the reason why most experienced anesthesiologists prefer to endotracheally intubate the patient without thinking too long about ways to ventilate by mask.

But what can YOU do if you fail? What alternative do YOU have?

…Basically it’s the bag-valve-mask ventilation. So you should try to improve this technique! Is this possible at all?

Learn how to become an expert at this technique!

In this ONLINE COURSE you can learn…

…all the tricks I taught to beginners and professionals in the fields of oral medicine, dentistry, anesthesiology, rescue and emergency medicine, military and disaster medicine, diving and hyperbaric medicine, gastroenterology, pulmonology.

The hidden secrets behind the most basic airway management bag-valve-mask ventilation problems ... and how to detect them
Learn an easier method of bag-valve-mask ventilation every anesthesiologist is familiar with, but the instructor in your course has probably forgotten to tell you about.
A simple, easy technique appropriate as basic airway management for nurses as well as for physicians
Discover what type of equipment fulfils the requirements that enables you to overcome most of bag-valve-mask ventilation problems
The exact approach you must use to get best results of ventilation using bag-valve-mask techniques
What type of basic equipment do you need? Check our airway management photos!
One thing you must do in toothless patients wearing removable dentures so your chances of a tight mask seal to the face are much better
Increase your level of basic airway management skills by viewing my basic airway management power point presentation on your web browser
Learn how to “feel the lung” like an anesthesiologist

Learn with the SAME System used by Emergency Physicians and Flight Nurses

Some of the helpful airway management tools that are demonstrated in courses are expensive and not available at your institution.

Imagine, how your confidence would increase if you could use proven airway management strategies and adapt them to your own capabilities.

You’re about to participate in the most exciting parts of my courses and seminars ONLINE.

You’re going to save time, money, and you can use the systems instantly.

This is the SAME system that we've taught to 100's of emergency physicians and flight nurses - with no previous experience with surgical airway management - who have used it to start their career as an airway management expert.

YOU can use it as well – start your expert career today!

How to perform a surgical cricothyrotomy

Discover how this special ONLINE COURSE helps you gaining experience by using strategies experts in the field already have developed.

Especially a cricothyrotomy is an emergency airway approach that is hardly ever practiced in a living patient.

Performing a cricothyrotomy is probably the procedure that is feared by most health care professionals involved in emergency airway management.

I have taught this to EXPERTS –
You can start to become one as well!

That’s why I guarantee that you will see a detailed view of a surgical cricothyrotomy in the original video that I taped and used to train 100's of emergency physicians.

Discover how you can start participating NOW in your personal surgical airway management training course just from where you are
Get the video showing the physician’s view of cricothyrotomy step-by-step which makes this procedure easily understandable to you

What do the best airway management experts recommend?... and can you really use all their tricks and equipment? You'll learn how to find good ways to manage your patient’s airway even if you or your institution cannot afford sophisticated equipment.


Do pharyngeal airways really work? - Discover a $20 airway management system that will work in more than 90% of all cases even if you do not have a laryngoscope and even if you are totally inexperienced in endotracheal intubation

Anyone can be an expert in airway management!

The four questions you should immediately ask yourself before you start on your next airway management.


How to know if you are prepared for the airway crisis properly in just two minutes


Get the SAME system that residents and consultants joining our air rescue service were using successfully for years.


Three things you should never forget before you prepare a nasal intubation.


Train yourself as often as you like watching the presentations and videos on your computer screen.

Order today !

I’m offering you my private collection of life-saving tips and secrets on a completely risk-free basis.

It’s called Airway Management Training Online, and here’s what my trainees are saying about it:

"I would personally like to thank you Till. Before I started my business as a gastroenterologist in private practice in 2004 I have passed your course. In my daily activities I have learnt to avoid situations which require artificial ventilation. Therefore I experienced only a few situations that required ventilation during sedation procedures. In these cases I always took advantage of the tricks and the equipment you recommended.

Because of your guidance and the experiences I gained in the course and after having passed your course, I am much more confident in airway management now.

Especially the Bag-Tube-Valve-Mask Ventilation procedure, the Oxygen Resuscitator Valve and the Laryngeal Tube I have included into my stand-by equipment have significantly added to my confidence and capabilities."

Birgit Kallinowski, M.D. Ph.D.
Professor in Gastroenterology, Hematology and Oncology
Associated Academic Practice of Gastroenterology, Hematology and Oncology
University of Heidelberg, Germany

Till, I want to thank you again for your education by the cricothyrotomy videos and your demonstrations in the anatomy institute. It was a great experience for me. I treated a patient entrapped in a truck after a road accident. The airway access was very complicated and the laryngeal mask airway I had primarily used was not successful for medevac. According to your airway management algorithm I decided to proceed surgically. Although I had never actually done a cricothyrotomy before I quickly managed the airway by this procedure, which saved this patient's life.

Dr. Michael Ruoff
Anesthesiologist - Emergency Medicine
Department of Anesthesiology - University of Ulm, Germany

I quickly inserted the Laryngeal Tube recommended in the course by Dr. Mutzbauer in a female patient recovering from surgery of a submandibular abscess. Airway obstruction had caused cardiac arrest and the only way to successfully resuscitate her was this type of airway. Even after the patient had been transferred to a university hospital, intubation was impossible.
The patient had to be cricothyrotomized later to have a stable airway in place. The outcome of the resuscitation situation was successful. We have
included the Laryngeal Tube and the airway emergency algorithm into our emergency kits at all dental units. This tool as well as the knowlege we gained after having passed Dr. Mutzbauer's course has significantly
added to our understanding and confidence in emergency
airway management.

Dr. Michael Becker
Dental Surgeon
Ketsch, Germany

JUST RELEASED — Updated for 2008!

I'm excited to announce that I've JUST INCLUDED new test results, case studies, and resources of airway management in 2008.

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Our normal price of the Online Airway Management Training Course is $547. Because the Internet has reduced many of our costs, we are passing our savings on to our Internet customers (i.e. you).

Depending on how it affects sales, we may or may not continue the special discount after this date.

However, if you order your Online Airway Management Training Course by midnight on December 1st 2008, it’s yours for $387.

Added Super Bonus for Internet Customers Only!


Finally, I’m throwing in an exciting Free SuperBonus for everyone interested in the course

How to build your own airway management flow chart

I’ve found that people in the field of medicine involved in airway management will feel much more confident if they finally have developed their own individual management plan adapted to their capabilities.

With this you ADDITIONALLY receive a brand new strategy tool for every day airway management training. Using your own individual airway management equipment you can train as often as you like.

Create YOUR OWN difficult airway management algorithm that fits your needs and meets your capabilities


Learn how to establish your own airway management plan without buying expensive equipment

AND: recieve a great discount on SmartDraw software, which we use for creating our flowcharts! To receive more information just click on the picture or the logo!


Claim YOUR personal copy of the
Version 2008 Edition of the
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... And we'll send you the tool for developing your individual airway management strategy.

"Your basics for becoming an airway management expert!"

There are 2 easy ways to get your copy...

  1. Click the button below to claim the Online Airway Management Training Course using our secure online server. Within 5 minutes of completing your order, you will receive download instructions for the software as well as your access to the FREE bonuses!

  2. Call us at +41-43-268-5248 (5 a.m. to 8 a.m. PST) and mention "Online Airway Management Training Course" to get the free bonuses mentioned above.

Keep in mind that when you order from our Secure Server, we email you the software within 5 minutes so you can start working and learning immediately.

These Secrets Are Yours In Just Five Minutes

If you request it on the order form, our system will email you the access immediately, so you can download the files and start viewing after entering your personal access code that will be e-mailed to you.

Now that you are fully equipped with your own airway management tools you will be able to handle even an unanticipated airway crisis.

I look forward to getting a letter from you, telling me about your airway management success story.


Dr. Till S. Mutzbauer
M.D. D.D.S.

P.S. If you don’t order your Online Airway Management Training Course right now, when will you start developing all the strategies that only you can develop for yourself?

Why wait to get your ultimate access to valuable airway management tools that can be viewed on the screen of your PC?I can't promise you will become an expert in airway management or you will always be able to handle any situation.

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