EMS Airway Briefs
Researchers investigated the elapsed time between removal of oxygen sources and the loss of preoxygenation among non-critically ill patients.
A two-month-old infant is in stable condition Sunday after being revived by a pair of police officers after the baby had stopped breathing.
Continuous positive pressure ventilation (CPAP) is making big waves in EMS right now. How exactly does it work?
EMS Airway Articles
Emergency Intubation of a Critically Ill Patient with a Difficult Airway and Avoidance of Cricothyrotomy Using the AIROD®
A review of a case study involving the AIROD®, a single-use telescoping rigid bougie, on a male patient who drank hand sanitizer.
This article serves to provide a comprehensive overview of many of the current SGAs available on the market to allow an EMS system to review and possibly adopt into their system.
Advanced Airway Choice in Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest. Can the i-gel® Make a Difference in Patient Survival?
This study investigates the transition from endotracheal intubation to the i-gel® supraglottic airway and the resulting out-of-hospital cardiac arrest survival.
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