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Emergency oxygen administration and airway management [continuing education credit

, : Emergency oxygen administration and airway management [continuing education credit. Critical Care Nurse 12(4): 23-31

Airway-directed vigilance is a priority for all critical care providers. Methodical respiratory assessment, proficient skill in basic airway support, and thorough preparation for advanced airway control modalities, uniquely enable the nurse to initiate timely airway intervention. Ultimately, this can contribute significantly to reduction and prevention of patient morbidity and mortality.


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