The Perfect ViewIf you've ever had to do a belly flop on the ground to see the cords of a patient, you'll appreciate video laryngoscopy. This supplement to September 2008 JEMS provides in-depth analysis and case studies on how this new technology is making its way into prehospital care. This supplement is sponsored by Verathon Inc.
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Endotracheal intubation has been considered the gold standard in airway management in EMS systems for decades. When I went through paramedic training in 1976, anesthesiologists—initially skeptical about endorsing the performance of this advanced airway skill in the prehospital environment—agreed to instruct us and allow us into the operating room (OR) to intubate their patients. Well, at least some of their patients.
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