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An Intraosseous Inspection: Using IO Devices for Vascular Access

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An Intraosseous Inspection: Using IO Devices for Vascular Access

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    When vascular access is compromised, intraosseous access, or IO access, can help prevent fatal consequences. What do we need to know about implementing and managing this type of device? Dr. Hector Chapa is joined by Dr. Andy Little, the Associate Program Director for AdventHealth Orlando Emergency Medicine Residency, to share some insight on IO vascular access.

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  • Overview

    When vascular access is compromised, intraosseous access, or IO access, can help prevent fatal consequences. What do we need to know about implementing and managing this type of device? Dr. Hector Chapa is joined by Dr. Andy Little, the Associate Program Director for AdventHealth Orlando Emergency Medicine Residency, to share some insight on IO vascular access.

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Schedule17 Oct 2021