Alexandra Bush

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While working as a medical assistant, my passion for airway management research sparks continuous curiosity. We engage in discussions on the most suitable ventilation device for the situation, but what if variability in manual ventilation is the root cause of these outcomes, or sometimes the lack thereof? Targeted ventilation strategies specifically focus on ventilation. The use of the Bag-Valve-Mask (BVM) is considered a foundational skill, yet it comes with its own complexities. Since patient care begins with emergency medical services, why not strive to become more proficient in BVM usage? Our goal in implementing this device is to enhance performance under stress during our training simulations by providing real-time recordings and personalized feedback. So far, training with EOlife X seems to be the missing link, and I look forward to seeing how we can positively impact our patients.

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