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Interview with Leif Rognas regarding the evolving role of videolaryngoscopy in pre-hospital practice
In recent years videolaryngoscopy (VL) has become increasingly common practice in hospital settings, but does it have a role in the pre-hospital environment? In this interview Jo Griggs (KSS HEMS Paramedic) asks Prof Leif Rognas (Lead Clinician, Skive, Danish Air Ambulance) about the pros and cons of pre-hospital VL, organisational lessons learned from introducing VL into practice and the current literature in this field.

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