The cautery works great. We use them in the ER and I really like these. They come individually packed sterile.
I used them one or two times those small “pen style” but here it is way to expensive and kinda hard to find. In some ER s here only sometimes it can be found, but not battery operated, more like huge “Russian” style machines
Other then oral and nasal airway, what are the your suggestions for “advanced” airway?
I pack laryngoscope and ET tubes, combitube too, BVM etc. Still looking for laryngeal masks (yes, again, here airway management stops at ET tubes, everything above is like “man, that s cool where did you find that?
As a colleague I am interesting to hear your opinion on that, simply because there s opinions that it is “too much” in real SHTF, and no means for continuing care for that kind of patient.
I agree very much with taking classes, and I strongly suggest PHTLS classes too. Not sure for requirements who can take that classes (there) but I guess everyone can order a book:
Appreciate your contributing here.