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Alternative Airway Management using the King Airway
The King Airway is a disposable and latex-free supraglottic device created as an alternative to conventional tracheal intubation.
Building Patient Rapport
One of the most important things we do with patients is building up a rapport as quickly as possible so we can provide better care.
CombiCarrierII Overview
With changes in protocols for backboards and cervical collars, the CombiCarrier allows you to manipulate the patient making it easier on the patient and provider. Watch this video to learn more.
CT-EMS Carbon Traction Leg Splint Features
The FareTec CT-EMS Carbon Traction Leg Splint offers corrosion resistance, temperature stability, superior yield strength and a superior strength-to-weight ratio. The 4:1 pulley traction system allows for a micro adjustment to generate a precise amount of traction.
CT-EMS Leg Traction Splint Overview
The FareTec CT-6 Carbon Traction Leg Splint offers corrosion resistance, temperature stability, superior yield strength and a superior strength-to-weight ratio.
Ecolab S.A.L.T. (Supraglottic Airway Laryngopharyngeal Tube)
The single-use S.A.L.T. provides a fast, effective way to achieve airway management, designed for both ALS and BLS use. An endotracheal tube can be guided down the center of the device into the patient's trachea.
Equipment Readiness
We never really know what calls we're going to get in EMS - so it's vital to make sure that all of our equipment is ready to go.
EZ LIFT Rescue System Overview
Learn about how the EZ LIFT Rescue System keeps you safe when lifting your patients off the ground or up or down stairs. This innovative lifting system is safer for you and more comfortable for them.
EZ-Glide® with PowerTraxx™ Overview
The EZ-Glide Stair Chair with PowerTraxx glides 500 lb loads up and down stairs without carrying or lifting, reducing the risk of injury to your back.
Getting Back in Service
Discuss the best ways to get back in service after the call has been completed.
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