EMS Airway Briefs
A study has shown that intubation first-pass success with the Vie Scope® was essentially doubled compared to standard intubation methods.
A new law would require anti-choking devices in schools across the state, but some medical experts question the device’s safety.
When Transportation Security Administration (TSA) officer Cecilia Morales heard people screaming for help, she knew if she didn’t act quickly, the outcome was going to be grim.
EMS Airway Articles
Jason D. Haag looks at why delayed sequence intubation may be more beneficial to some patients experiencing a medial emergency.
John Alexander provides a brief overview of mechanical ventilators for when EMS providers encounter a patient on a home ventilator.
Respiratory Syncytial Virus symptoms are usually mild and will often resemble a common cold in adults and healthy children.
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