EMS Airway Briefs
Many 9/11 survivors suffer from upper airway diseases or digestive disorders because of inhaling toxic dust after the fall of the Twin Towers
As Tunisia faces a surge of COVID-19 cases, demand for life-saving oxygen has grown higher than the supply.
Dispatchers Ashley White and Josh Rysavy each received Lifesaver Awards for their critical assistance in providing CPR instructions to callers who found family members unresponsive during separate incidences.
EMS Airway Articles
How do you best determine an initial ventilator mode? Is the patient on the most appropriate mode at the present time? How many modes are available on a specific ventilator?
Endotracheal intubation (ETI), like any other invasive procedure, comes with its own set of inherent risks and potential harmful sequelae.
Ideal positioning can make the difference between a successful endotracheal intubation or death.
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