The crews of Los Angeles County Fire Department Station 7 provide solid basic airway management to an overdose patient at a hotel.
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A paramedic inserts a “nasal bugle” in the patient’s right nostril.
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The crews administer high-concentration O2 to the patient prior to transport.
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En route to Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, the crew uses a BVM and O2 to support the patient’s respirations.
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