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Airway Management Student Guide

Airway Management Student Guide

$12.95

Description

Airway Management Student Guide
The required student text for the Airway Management course. Full-color softcover, 36 pages, 8 1/2" x 11".

American Heart Association
Item: 80-1464


Key Features and Benefits
This student guide covers five individual modules that can be taught together as a course or used as add-ons to the Basic Life...

Airway Management Student Guide
The required student text for the Airway Management course. Full-color softcover, 36 pages, 8 1/2" x 11".

American Heart Association
Item: 80-1464


Key Features and Benefits
This student guide covers five individual modules that can be taught together as a course or used as add-ons to the Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers course or the Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support course. Modules are designed for Facilitator-led, small-group interaction using the video and small-group skills-testing stations. The Airway Management course is intended for healthcare providers whose occupation or volunteer activities require airway management skills, and for professionals in the field of resuscitation and airway management.


Guide includes information on:

bag-mask ventilation and airway adjuncts (must be taught as a foundation before any of the other modules)
laryngeal mask airway (optional based on need and scope of practice)
esophageal-tracheal combitude (optional based on need and scope of practice)
endotracheal tube (optional based on need and scope of practice)
impedance threshold device (optional based on need and scope of practice).
Dimensions and Specifications
8 1/2" x 11"
36 pages
Full-color, softcover book

Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How long is the Airway Management course?
A: The course length is approximately five hours if all five modules are taught.

Q: What type of testing is done in this course?
A: Students take both a skills test and a written test for each module taught.

Q: What are some of the ways the Airway Management course can be taught?
A: The Airway Management course can be taught separately or as a supplement to the BLS for Healthcare Providers course or the ACLS course.


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