Nursing Staff Knowledge on the Use of Intraosseous Vascular Access in Out-Of-Hospital Emergencies — Read on http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC9915301/
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INtraosseous access update 2017
The various devices which Tony discusses are: This video shows the rapidity of infusion entering the circulation from a humeral IO. This is the paper mentioned by Tony, which shows the stepwise improvement in mortality amongst combat casualties from military conflict 2003-2012, including the ‘unicorn’ graph: Anatomy of bones and the humerus related to intraosseusContinue reading “INtraosseous access update 2017”
Critical Care Proceedures: Intraosseus Insertion — Intensive Care Network
SMACC Chicago Cadaver Lab Video 1. Intraosseous line insertion techniques – Proximal & Distal Tibial & Humeral head. The post Critical Care Proceedures: Intraosseus Insertion appeared first on Intensive Care Network. via Critical Care Proceedures: Intraosseus Insertion — Intensive Care Network
Intraosseous Access; via @Chuckyhorton & @laing_simon https://t.co/EUOccfd7Ij https://t.co/FUgJhcCDPF #FOAMed pic.twitter.com/jURAY8vGQe — simon laing (@laing_simon) December 7, 2015 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js
Dual intraosseous needles into single humerus study!
Not one but two IOs into single humerus! Check it out ! Double-barrelled resuscitation: A feasibility and simulation study of dual-intraosseous needles into a single humerus.