The Best NPA on the Market

Casualty Management starts with bleeding control. Tourniquets applied, wounds packed and pressure dressings wrapped. Once we’re certain the bleeding has been completely stopped, we then turn our attention to ensuring the casualty has an open (or “patent”) airway. The casualty needs as much oxygen as possible and if they are unconscious, their tongue can fall…

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What is a Nasal Pharyngeal Airway?

Taking care of someone who is unconscious can be daunting, especially if you don’t know what you are doing. Trauma to the head, or even a massive loss of blood can cause your casualty to lose consciousness. When unconscious, the casualty loses their ability to protect their airway and their tongue may fall to the…

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