This paper provides an overview of pulmonary hypertension in the prehospital setting, including pathophysiology and identification.read more
Why the early application of high-flow nasal cannula in the appropriate patient population is an ideal way to meet the patient’s inspiratory flow demand.read more
Acute respiratory distress is a serious emergency. Good patient outcomes require a skilled assessment of the airway, breathing and oxygenation.read more
This column will explain how you can use end tidal CO2 measurements to titrate and evaluate the effectiveness of CPAP.read more
Years ago, I authored an article in the Wisconsin EMS Association Journal titled “CPAP for Everyone.” At that time, “everyone” meant “everyone with respiratory distress.”read more
Knowing how much oxygen is in the tank could be a matter of life and death.read more
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