JOURNAL ARTICLE

Airway Management for Trauma Patients

Benjamin D Walrath, Stephen Harper, Ed Barnard, Joshua M Tobin, Brendon Drew, Cord Cunningham, Chetan Kharod, James Spradling, Craig Stone, Matthew Martin
Military Medicine 2018 September 1, 183 (suppl_2): 29-31
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Trauma airway management is a critical skill for medical providers supporting combat casualties since it is an integral component of damage control resuscitation and surgery. This clinical practice guideline presents methods for optimizing the airway management of patients with traumatic injury in the operational medical treatment facility environment. The guidelines represent the knowledge and experience of 10 co-authors from 3 allied countries representing Emergency Medicine, Surgery and Anesthesia.

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