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Podcast 77 - Analytic (Static & Dynamic) ETT Confirmation w/ Mike Brown

Let's have a little chat about static and dynamic tube confirmation.
I organized a few graphs to show my current thought process.
When you combine that concept with this..
I believe we reach the best dynamic ETT monitoring system.
Stuff not covered in the podcast:Can I use ultrasound?
Are you currently doing it? No, only because I honestly need more practice and
proficiency. Check out Chip's podcast on this topic by clicking the image below.
What if I don't have a vent?
Join us as we discuss dynamic and static tube confirmation.
Original author: Tyler Christifulli
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