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Intubation for Cardiac Arrest Patients

The debate over whether to intubate cardiac arrest patients remains strong. Photo Kevin Link

If you've ever felt downtrodden over whether your choice of care was correct in the eyes of science, read on.

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The Effect of Intubation on CPR

Emergency guidelines have started emphasizing continuous uninterrupted chest compressions for the treatment of cardiac arrests.

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How to Make the Difficult Airway Less Difficult

By Charlie Eisele, BS, NREMT-P
Learn from our expert how to make those difficult airways a snap.

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Using Is Believing

The Martin County (Fla.) Fire Rescue department needed a solution for airway management. See what they discovered when they looked for one.

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Intubation 101

Learn to intubate like an anesthesiologist.

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Roadmap to the Glottis

By Charlie Eisele, BS, NREMT-P
Find out why airway expert Charlie Eisle says that if you want to find the glottis, you have to stop looking for the glottis

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Welcome to EMS Airway Clinic!

The mission of this site is to provide an informal meeting place to provide a variety of styles and techniques to improve our skills.

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Should EMS Intubate?

By Charlie Eisele, BS, NREMT-P
Did you make it to the 2011 EMS Today Conference & Exposition? What a great experience! I had the honor to moderate a panel discussion titled "Should We Intubate?" Four great panelists and about 200 folks in the audience resulted in lively debates and a challenge to be great EMS providers. As the moderator, I really didn't get the chance to stand on my soapbox, so I'll take that opportunity now.

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