[Intraosseous puncture in preclincal emergency medicine. Experiences of an air rescue service].


UNLABELLED In prehospital emergency treatment, the timely establishment of a secure vascular access, especially in infants and small children, can be difficult or even impossible. An alternative to the puncture of peripheral or central veins is intraosseous (IO) puncture However, experience with this method in prehospital emergency medicine within the… (More)


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