When intubating a patient, it is important the EMS provider regulates his or her own breathing.
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.
Having a systematic, team-oriented approach to airway management is the key to success when conducting airway management skills in the prehospital setting.
A study has shown that intubation first-pass success with the Vie Scope® was essentially doubled compared to standard intubation methods.
Jason D. Haag looks at why delayed sequence intubation may be more beneficial to some patients experiencing a medial emergency.