Airway Fundamentals

Integrating technology into basic airway management

 

 
 
 

Franc Ferola, BA, EMT-P, LP | | Wednesday, August 27, 2008


Prehospital emergency medicine is fluid. Our profession changes as new research is published, new equipment hits the market and new procedures are approved. From the practitioner's standpoint, these advances can be costly, confusing, and even distracting, taking us further from the basic principles that served as the foundation of our training. For educators, the influx of new information and adjuncts increases the challenges faced in the classroom.


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