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In-Cabin Airway Management

Interview with Allan McHenry McHenry regarding the research regarding in-cabin airway management and intubation
So far in the course there has been a focus on having 360 degree patient access and adequate space for interventions. Undertaking airway management in the relatively confined space of an ambulance or aircraft cabin seems counter-intuitive, but is there ever a role for this? In this interview, Mike Rose (KSS HEMS Paramedic) asks Allan McHenry (KSS Assistant Director of Service Delivery) about this evolving area of practice and research.

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