Comparison of two intraosseous devices in adult patients in the emergency setting: a pilot study

@article{Demir2016ComparisonOT,
  title={Comparison of two intraosseous devices in adult patients in the emergency setting: a pilot study},
  author={O. Demir and Kemal Aydın and Huriye Akay and B{\"u}lent Erbil and O. Karcioglu and B. Gulalp},
  journal={European Journal of Emergency Medicine},
  year={2016},
  volume={23},
  pages={137–142}
}
Objective To compare two intraosseous (IO) insertion devices in terms of safety and ease of use in patients who need urgent vascular access in the emergency setting following failed attempts for intravenous lines. Methods This prospective, randomized clinical study compared two different IO access devices in adults (≥16 years of age or weighing>40 kg) admitted to our emergency department with difficult peripheral venous access and in need of urgent intervention. The findings were compared in… Expand
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