Continuous positive pressure ventilation (CPAP) is making big waves in EMS right now. How exactly does it work?
Mike Brown and Mark Litwinko discuss dealing with a patient who has a chest wound during a mass-casualty incident.
Mike McEvoy shares some tips on delivering medicine to a patient for using a small-volume nebulizer.
In this video, Mike McEvoy has a primer on basic waveform capnography, using a device to measure a patient’s exhaled carbon dioxide levels.
In this video, Mike McEvoy discusses the use of disposable CPAP (continuous positive airway pressure) masks, a method of assisting a patient’s respiration without intubation.
The GO-PAP is a disposable emergency CPAP device, that runs off of the barbed valve outlet on an O2 source. It operates at 10LPM and like our O2-MAX™
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