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January 12, 2021 | View as webpage
Dear CapnoAcademy Member,

In this eNewsletter, an episode of the Montgomery County Hospital District paramedic podcast discusses the importance of knowing a patient's ETCO2 levels and what they can tell you, while Kenny Navarro discusses the AHA CPR Guidelines 2020 and the order of airway management in the resuscitation sequence.

CapnoAcademy Team
 
FEATURED CONTENT
ETCO2: Back to the basics
By MCHD 
We are limited on the amount of objective information available during prehospital care; don’t ignore this vital piece of the puzzle
The science driving BLS CPR recommendations
By Kenny Navarro 
AHA CPR Guidelines 2020 continue to emphasize early recognition of cardiac arrest and prompt CPR beginning with chest compressions provides the best chances for survival
OTHER HIGHLIGHTS
It ain’t easy being wheezy: A pediatric case study
By Limmer Education 
Learn how to assess, monitor and manage pediatric asthma emergencies, as well as underlying pathophysiologic changes
Training Day: How EMTs should be using capnography
By Tim Nowak, AAS, BS, NRP, CCEMTP, SPO, MPO, CADS 
Application of an EtCO2 sampling device and waveform monitoring, especially during bag-valve mask ventilation, is well within the capability of EMTs
What impacts the outcomes in drowning cases?
By American Ambulance EMS Podcast 
UCSF-Fresno emergency medicine physicians highlight the most important aspects of treating submersion injuries
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