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Scary Airways

How do you get past the first monster of the airway, the tongue, and slay the dragon of the difficult airway?

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Airway Finesse

Visualizing the Airway

The key to successful intubations is to relax and find a way to work smarter, not harder.

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The Effect of Intubation on CPR

Emergency guidelines have started emphasizing continuous uninterrupted chest compressions for the treatment of cardiac arrests.

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Always Protect the Tube

Always protect the tube

How far would you go to protect your tube?

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Airway Blessings

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The Video Laryngoscopy Movement

There’s considerable pressure on EMS to improve successful intubation rates, and the advent of video laryngoscopy designed for the field is poised to produce findings that support its use in this demanding context.

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