Airway Cam Guide to Intubation and Practical Emergency Airway Management
Provides a practical approach to first pass intubation success. Techniques, airway anatomy, and case examples are illustrated using more than 450 full color photographs, including step-by-step laryngoscopy images from Dr. Levitan's patented Airway Cam. This head-mounted camera aligns with the dominant pupil and permits imaging of laryngoscopy from the operator's perspective. Airway Cam videotapes are used in more than 2,500 hospitals and EMS systems in 25 states.
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