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Airway Management Facilitator Manual

Airway Management Facilitator Manual

$45.00

Description

Provides lesson maps and information for teaching the Airway Management course. 85 full-color pages (including lesson maps). Softcover, 8 1/2" x 11", plus a facilitator CD.

American Heart Association
Item: 80-1465

 

Key Features and Benefits

The classroom-based, Facilitator-led Airway Management course gives students the op...

Provides lesson maps and information for teaching the Airway Management course. 85 full-color pages (including lesson maps). Softcover, 8 1/2" x 11", plus a facilitator CD.

American Heart Association
Item: 80-1465

 

Key Features and Benefits

The classroom-based, Facilitator-led Airway Management course gives students the opportunity to learn, practice, and demonstrate many airway skills used in resuscitation. The simple course flow is video driven and includes a skills demonstration, plus student skills practice and testing. The course includes five modules: one required and four optional. Facilitators of the course may combine these modules based on their students' needs and scope of practice.

This manual:

  • includes essential information and lesson maps Facilitators need to teach the Airway Management course
  • includes a Facilitator CD featuring supplemental information and tools
  • is bound in a convenient softcover book.

Dimensions and Specifications

8 1/2" x 11"
85 pages (including 27 lesson maps)
Full-color softcover
Includes a Facilitator CD

Additional Supplies Needed for Operation

To teach the Airway Management course, you will also need:

  • Airway Management DVD (item no. EC80-1455)
  • a DVD player or DVD-capable computer
  • airway management trainers, such as:
    • Economy Adult Airway Management Trainer (item no. EC500)
    • Infant Airway Management Trainer (item no. EC115)
    • 3-Year-Old-Child Airway Management Trainer (item no. EC125)

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Does the Airway Management course qualify for continuing education credits?
A: Yes. EMS students can obtain information on applying for credits at www.heart.org/cpr.


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