FULL LIST OF Airway Management RESULTS
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
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.
Remember 2 Things: Piercings and airway management–
Steve Whitehead, host of Remember 2 Things, breaks down two things to think about when you encounter a patient with piercings in their airway while you're trying to manage it.
How to use an metered-dose inhaler with closed-mouth technique–
The Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Foundation demonstrates how to properly use a metered-dose inhaler with a closed-mouth technique.
Remember 2 Things: How to improve cardiac arrest response–
Do you remember your first cardiac arrest call? Remember 2 Things host Steve Whitehead shares two tips for responding to a patient in cardiac arrest and to increase the likelihood of ROSC.
Prehospital use of ketamine–
Watch this video about the mechanism of action, indications and administration routes for prehospital use of ketamine. After watching read the Ketamine Drug Whyarticle and threereasons to use ketamine for prehospital analgesia.
Machine keeps lungs awaiting transplant perfused–
Learn how a machine keeps lungs awaiting transplant perfused. Also watch to observe normal lung ventilation during mechanical ventilation.
Making a good BVM seal–
An AEMT instructor and his 7-year-old daughter demonstrate how to make a good mask to mouth seal and correctly ventilate a patient.
Remember 2 Things: When to treat anaphylaxis–
Anaphylaxis is a challenging patient presentation. Learn two signs to identify a life-threatening allergic reaction that demands aggressive treatment. If a patient has airway compromise, upper or lower, or signs of shock immediately treat with epinephrine and other protocol-authorized interventions. After watching read more about anaphylaxis assessment and treatment.
Remember 2 Things: Anaphylaxis and upper airway assessment–
Anaphylaxis is a difficult patient presentation. Review two important assessments for upper airway compromise caused by an allergic reaction. Auscultate the patient's trachea and remember facial swelling means upper airway swelling. After watching read more about anaphylaxis assessment and treatment.
Remember 2 Things: Anaphylaxis and lower airway assessment–
Anaphylaxis is a difficult patient presentation. Review two important assessments for lower airway compromise caused by an allergic reaction. Auscultate the patient's lungs for wheezes, starting in the upper lung lobes and listening downward. Also make sure you can distinguish absent lung sounds from clear lung sounds. Finally, remember to listen to lots and lots of lung sounds so you can learn to distinguish normal from abnormal. After watching read more about anaphylaxis assessment and treatment.
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