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Emergency Procedures: Intraosseous Access - EZ-IO

by Brittany Schlueter, MSN, RN, EMT.

- Published: 11/21/2019 | Running Time: 05:35

In this video we demonstrate how to obtain intraosseous access with a powered drill system. Intraosseous access, commonly called IO, is used when immediate vascular access is needed, and other methods have failed.

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After completing this module you will be able to:

  • Identify the equipment used to obtain intraosseous access.
  • Correctly identify needle placement locations for intraosseous access.

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