Measuring Life & Breath
The benefits of capnography in EMSThis supplement to JEMS, sponsored by Oridion, highlights the importance of using capnography for both intubated and non-intubated patients.
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CapnographyCapnography is the Ultimate Trend Setter
Current Capnography Field UsesLearn more about how capnography can be used for your patients.
Capnography Use Saves Lives & MoneyA cost-benefit analysis of capnography use.
Capnography Helps Conscious Patients TooEveryone knows about capnography use for the intubated patient, but what about other uses?
Do you think you can diagnose a patient based on this capnogram?
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