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Course Type: Full-length Course
Duration: 60 min
Advanced Airway Management

Course Description

Topic: EMS | Trauma

Patients that can’t breathe require immediate and precise intervention. When the call comes, you need to be ready. Assessment and management of the airway is a vital component in the pre-hospital provider’s repertoire. This course will examine key aspects of airway assessment and management to ensure the advanced provider is well-prepared to respond to respiratory emergencies in the field.

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