The Science and Fundamentals of Intraosseous Vascular Access 2017 Third Edition - View
Download a comprehensive and detailed document describing practical aspects of intraosseous (IO) access: IO anatomy and physiology, basic and clinical science supporting IO access, insertion sites and techniques, indications, contraindications and warnings, complications, frequently-asked questions…and more.
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Pain Management Resources
Information on IO use in the conscious/alert patient: What is the pain like? What can you do to mitigate the pain? What is the recommended anesthetic, dose and administration technique to ensure optimal pain relief?
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