Comparison of 3 Airway Access Techniques During Suspected Spine Injury Management in American Football.

@article{Toler2010ComparisonO3,
  title={Comparison of 3 Airway Access Techniques During Suspected Spine Injury Management in American Football.},
  author={Julianne D Toler and Meredith A. Petschauer and Jason P. Mihalik and Sakiko Oyama and Schuyler Halverson and K M Guskiewicz},
  journal={Clinical journal of sport medicine : official journal of the Canadian Academy of Sport Medicine},
  year={2010},
  volume={20 2},
  pages={92-7}
}
OBJECTIVE To determine how head movement and time to access airway were affected by 3 emergency airway access techniques used in American football. DESIGN Prospective counterbalanced design. SETTING University research laboratory. PARTICIPANTS Eighteen certified athletic trainers (ATCs) and 18 noncertified students (NCSs). INTERVENTIONS Each participant performed 1 trial of each of the 3 after airway access techniques: quick release mechanism (QRM), cordless screwdriver (CSD), and… CONTINUE READING

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