An update on out-of-hospital airway management practices in the United States

An update on out-of-hospital airway management practices in the United States

 

In the United States, Emergency Medical Services rescuers provide out-of-hospital treatment to patient suffering life-threating conditions such as cardiac arrest, stroke, seizure, respiratory failure and major trauma. Three components determinatae the success rate of out-of-hospital airway management. An article by Leight Ann Diggs, Juita-Elena Yusuf and Gianluca De Leo. An update on out of hospital airway management practices in United States Resuscitation (2014). 

 

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