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Category: Ambulance & EMS
Given the unique anatomy of pediatric and neonatal lungs and the inherent frailties associated with them, extra care is required of clinicians when resuscitating this population.Read More
Intubating patients can be a difficult task, and the practice can prove even more challenging in pre-hospital settings. However, video laryngoscopy has been shown to improve intubation success and is becoming more commonly used.Read More
The use of mobile phone technology to alert bystanders trained in CPR is helping cardiac arrest victims receive prompt and critical care.Read More
While the vast majority of respiratory therapists do their lifesaving work in hospitals and clinics, a select few who operate as flight RTs find their workspace miles above the earth.Read More
While the market offers its share of transport vents, not all are designed to address the specific challenges of ventilating a neonate outside a hospital setting.Read More