a nextgen learning space designed to elevate your airway practice
Has this ever happened to you? Your unresponsive patient needs a definitive airway but they have some facial trauma and and blood is pouring into their oropharynx from above. Or maybe you placed a nasopharyngeal airway and caused some inadvertent trauma. Now your optimal view is gone. Don’t worry! We cover epistaxis and how to manage it here so that if you ever run into a situation like this you can handle it.
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