EMS Airway Briefs
Homeless Health Care Los Angeles sends out trained teams on carts to intervene and stop overdoses in and around Skid Row.
Infants should get a new drug to protect them against a respiratory virus that sends tens of thousands of American children to the hospital each year, heath advisers recommended.
A study led by Vanderbilt University Medical Center found that the use of a video laryngoscope increased the success of intubation on the first attempt.
EMS Airway Articles
This article emphasizes the importance of recognizing and managing the “physiologically difficult airway” in EMS.
Differentiating between pulmonary diseases is key in providing the correct and adequate treatment.
Simulation-Based Training Program for Continuing Professional Development of Paramedics in Endotracheal Intubation
The authors propose creating a continuing professional development program for continuous monitoring and training of prehospital intubation skills.
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