Full list of Airway Management results
5 things to know about endotracheal intubation–
From the 1500s until today, techniques for placing a tube into the trachea have continuously evolved and will continue to improve in the future
Airway management includes reporting unsafe practices–
Procedures/devices that ensure an open pathway for gas exchange between a patient's lungs and the atmosphere
Not little adults: The uniqueness of the pediatric airways–
Learn the differences between adult and pediatric airways.
Check and recheck ETT placement: Do it for Drew–
The family of a teen who died after an esophageal intubation has started the 'Do It For Drew' foundation to prevent another tragic death
Medical simulation app aids intubation training–
The free 3-D simulation app is an interactive and virtual patient airway simulator
Paramedics perform lifesaving thoracostomy on crushed patient–
Jonathan Arteaga was working on a mobile home when a jack gave way and the home pinned his knees to his chest
Replacing a pediatric tracheostomy tube–
Augusta University medical professional demonstrate how to replace a pediatric tracheostomy tube.
Progressive Paramedicine: Why and when to manage a patient's airway–
Brought to you by Pulsara Review the three indications that a patient needs their airway managed in this episode of Progressive Paramedicine, an EMS1 original video series. Learn more about Pulsara here.
Progressive Paramedicine: How to assess, treat the crashing CHF patient–
Brought to you by Pulsara Three keys to the management of the crashing congestive heart failure patient is discussed in this episode of Progressive Paramedicine, an EMS1 original video series. Learn more about Pulsara here.
Inside EMS Podcast: The difference between CPAP and BiPAP–
Our co-hosts discuss the use of CPAP in the field and its pathophysiology
5 essential tips for managing pediatric airways–
Pediatric patients need to be handled with care using these five expert tips.
Ambu’s pediatric laryngeal tube innovation is a game-changer for prehospital providers–
Some of the most vulnerable patients now have a device built for them with the King LTS(D) pediatric laryngeal tube
Clinical scenario: A patient with a possible airway obstruction–
You are dispatched to a restaurant for a report of a man choking
5 primary assessment tips for EMS providers–
You are on scene with a patient who was choking on food; is your primary assessment as efficient as possible?
COPD exacerbation: 5 things EMS providers need to know–
Understand how monitoring tools can be used to guide treatment for COPD exacerbations
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