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See Cords Around Corners

I had picked up the Glidescope a number of times at conferences. Would it work in a high-pressure, high-stakes clinical setting?

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Trauma Airway Intubation Is a Team Effort

In this second part of a three-part series, paramedic-turned-anesthesiologist Christopher T. Stephens, MD, NREMT-P, continues teaching EMS providers trauma airway management.

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‘Grounded’ Care

For years, direct laryngoscopy has been the gold standard by which to achieve intubation but it often yields surprisingly poor laryngeal views. A significant advance happened when the video laryngoscope was developed.

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