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AW: just BLS them....

Mike Schwandner m.schwandner at bluewin.ch
Tue Apr 18 16:32:04 BST 2006


3 attempts are ok in the most of the european standing orders.

Regards,mike

M.Schwandner 
Paramedic/ Switzerland
Via Santeri 13
CH-7130 Ilanz
Tel:+41-79-3740801
Mail: m.schwandner at bluewin.ch


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Von: Eran Tal-or [mailto:e_talor at rambam.health.gov.il] 
Gesendet: Dienstag, 18. April 2006 09:25
An: Trauma & Critical Care mailing list
Betreff: RE: just BLS them....


Depends on the training of the paramedics and the drugs that they are
using. 
(In our EMS service the paramedic allowed to use Kettamine for
intubations) I think the average is lower then 3 attempts. The
capability of opening airway and getting a definitive airway, is one of
the important thing that ALS bring to the field


Eran Tal-Or M.D. M.H.A. 
Trauma Unit
Rambam Mediacl Center

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|To our prehospital providers...
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|How Many Attempts Are Required to Accomplish Out-of-hospital 
|Endotracheal Intubation?
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|Ac EM MEd april 2006
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|probably grossly over rate 3rd attempt...
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|joe
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