August 16, 2011
SAVES Executive Director Jeff VanBeveren demonstrates the use of the organization’s new Glidescope Cobalt AVL on a training dummy. The larynx of the dummy, as projected by the Glidescope real-time video camera attached to the end of the trachea tube, can be seen on the monitor to the right.
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Technology makes it easier for first responders to establish airway in patients
Skaneateles Ambulance Volunteer Emergency Services has become the first ambulance service in Onondaga County to purchase a new video-enhanced laryngoscopy device to be used outside a hospital setting.