Portrait Dr. med. Jörg Schäuble

Dr. med. Jörg Schäuble

Oberarzt Institut für Anästhesiologie
Facharzt für Anästhesiologie
Notarzt SGNOR

Medizinische und akademische Laufbahn
1998Staatsexamen, Universität Freiburg i.Br.
2005Dissertation Universität Bern
Facharzt- und Fähigkeitsausweise
2002Fähigkeitsausweis Notarzt SGNOR
2003Facharzt FMH Anästhesiologie
Weiterbildung zum Facharzt
1997-1998Arzt im Praktikum, Spital Waldshut
1998-1999Assistenzarzt Anästhesie, Spital Tafers
1999-2000Assistenzarzt Innere Medizin, Spital Niederbipp
2000-2004Assistenzarzt Anästhesie und chirurgische Intensivstation, Kantonsspital St. Gallen
Tätigkeit als Facharzt
2004-2007Assistenzarzt Anästhesie, Universitätsspital Basel
2007-2009Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Anesthesia and Critical Care, University of California San Francisco/USA
seit 2010Oberarzt, Institut für Anästhesiologie und Schmerztherapie, Kantonsspital Winterthur
  • Airwaymanagement

Peer reviewed Publications

  1. Schaeuble JC, Ganter MT. Paralysis without face mask test ventilation –
    Implications for the management of unexpected airway difficulties.
    Journal of Clinical Anesthesia 46C (2018) pp. 15-16
  2. Schaeuble JC, Heidegger T. Strategies and algorithms for the management of the difficult airway: Traditions and Paradigm Shifts 2017
    Trends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care 13 (2017) 32-40
  3. Schaeuble JC, Heidegger T. SSAI practice guidelines on pre-hospital airway management: emergency surgical airway – keep it safe and simple.
    Acta anaesthesiologica scandinavica 2017; 61: 125–126
  4. Neumayr A, Gnirke A, Schaeuble JC, Ganter MT, Sparr H, Zoll A,  Schinnerl A, Nuebling M, Heidegger T, Baubin M.
    Patient satisfaction in out-of-hospital emergency care: a multicentre survey.
    European journal of emergency medicine 2016, 23(5):370-374
  5. Schaeuble JC, Ganter MT. Clarifying the indications for difficult airway alert forms.
    Anaesthesia 2015; 70: 505-6
  6. Schaeuble JC. Only a waste of precious time?
    Cardioplumonary resuscitation in the lateral position.
    Trends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care 5 (2014) 206-208
  7. Schaeuble JC, Heidegger T. Strategies and Algorithms for the Management of the difficult airway: an update.
    Trends in Anaesthesia and Critical Care 2 (2012) 208-217
  8. Schaeuble J. Laryngeal tube suction disposable: a stylet assisted insertion technique.
    Anaesthesia 2011, 66: 848-849
  9. Schaeuble JC, Caldwell JE. Effective communication of Difficult Airway
    Management to subsequent Anesthesia Providers.
    Anesth Analg. 2009;109: 684-6
  10. J. Schäuble, G. Hirsch. Larynxtubus beim Traumapatienten – Geeignetes Hilfsmittel für Atemwegssicherung und Ventilation bei Erstversorgung und RTH-Transport?
    Notfall und Rettungsmedizin 2007, DOI10.2007/ s10049-007-0940-5
  11. J. Schaeuble, St. Gisin. A simple modification of fiberoptic instruments for eligible suction or oxygen application: A-258
    European Journal of Anaesthesiology 2006; 23: 68
  12. J. Schaeuble, T. Heidegger, H.J. Gerig et al. Comparison of etomidate and Propofol for fiberoptic intubation as a part of an airway management algorithm: a prospective, randomized double-blind study.
    European Journal of Anaesthesiology 2005; 22: 762-767
  13. J. Schaeuble, H.J. Gerig, B. Ulrich, et al. Ventilatory effects of etomidate
    Versus propofol for awake fiberoptic intubation – preliminary results: A-253
    European Journal of Anaesthesiology 2004; 21: 63

Personal Communications:

  1. Schaeuble JC. A cognitive aid for preparation of emergency surgical airway equipment.
    E-letter, Anaesthesia Correspondence Website, published 14 Feb 2017