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LMA

Andrew J Bowman sumieb at compuserve.com
Mon Apr 3 20:57:43 BST 2006


What is the King LT??

And Jules, since most studies show paramedic ETT rates of less than 90% (and
sometimes less than 80%)  we most certainly need a backup (haha)

Andrew (Nurse & medic)

----- Original Message ----- 
From: <jkaymdc at aim.com>
To: <trauma-list at trauma.org>
Sent: Monday, April 03, 2006 3:37 PM
Subject: Re: LMA


>
>
> >>> Is there any DATA which suggests that the risk of aspiration is
> higher with LMA than either endotracheal tube or combitube?<
>
>
> Not that I've seen, I'm going by what the ED physicians and even the
> anesthsia people are saying, in my little part of the world. Besides,
> I'm a paramedic, don't ya know I'm not really suppose to need a back
> up??:)
>
>   The King LT is becoming much more the bridge of choice in trauma
> situations in Iowa. There are a couple of studies being conducted here
> on that.
>
> Jules
> Julie K. Scadden, NREMT-P, PS
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