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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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Capnography's Role in Traumatic Airway Intubation

Paramedic-turned-anesthesiologist Christopher T. Stephens, MD, NREMT-P, explains why capnography can help ensure proper tube placement in intubations of trauma patients, especially those with traumatic brain injury.

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When the Primary Assessment Requires Priority Care

The job of EMS is threefold: 1) get to the patient quickly, 2) fix what we can fix and 3) quickly get the patient to the right hospital. Anything we can do to compress each of these time periods is good for the patient.

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