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A look at current and future trends in EtCO2 monitoring ...
Sgt. James Brown died while in custody for a two-day DWI sentence; autopsy result cited natural causes by sickle cell crisis. ...
The airway splints are used to prevent the bronchi from collapsing and blocking ventilation ...
Learn about pediatric lung diseases that present with asthma-like symptoms to EMS providers ...
You are asked to respond to the soccer field at the local middle school; did you get the treatment steps right? ...
You are asked to respond to the soccer field at the local middle school ...
Workshop, funded by a grant to expand pediatric medical education, used pig lungs, hearts, and tracheas for hands-on training ...
The Podmedic highlights three of his favorite products from EMS Today 2015 ...
Advances in technology should continue to create ventilators that are smaller, more user friendly, and easily adaptable to the pre-hospital environment ...
Pressure manometers, filters, a good seal and a two-person approach can all help improve effective airway ventilation ...
The use of waveform capnography as a monitoring and diagnostic tool extends far beyond airway management and cardiac arrest ...
A new supraglottic airway device is introduced about once a year, and are widely used in the pre-hospital environment because of their simplicity, speed of insertion, and efficacy ...
Driver yells "He can't breathe!" for man having asthma attack; video shows man in distress and waiting for ambulance to arrive ...
Obese patients have an increased pulmonary blood volume that can make ventilation difficult, but there are techniques that can help ...
No matter where you or your patient are, there are some key techniques that can increase the likelihood of “first pass” success rates ...
He started CPR on a non-breathing baby born at home with a midwife, but realized her airway was blocked with mucus ...
It’s a complicated skill, and it’s critical that EMS providers learn good techniques from the start and continue to practice them ...
Hosts Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson also discuss the differences and similarities of EMS in London ...
Chris Cebollero and Kelly Grayson bring expert perspective to hot topics, clinical issues, operational and leadership lessons to EMS personnel and leaders to be safe and ...
A player was kneed in the head and swallowed his tongue, but a player on the other team knew to reach into his mouth to clear his airway ...