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[QUOTE="Ajax, post: 51321, member: 204"] I don't know that I'd be able to tell the difference between angioedema and ana p in the field (or in the hospital for that manner). On the intubation question, it would really depend on the physical presentation of the patient. If the airway appears compromised, I would always take care of that before meds (with the excpetion of RSI meds). Handling something like this, there are generally enough hands floating around the patient that I don't think I would have to choose one or the other (Hey you, take that needle and put in that there muscle...no, the other one.) And yeah, I go IM over IV [B]UNLESS[/B] I'm in the middle of doing IO. I'm a big fan of IO. In an emergency setting, I don't premedicate for a cric/trach. Of course, I'm not really into the sterile technique for this procedure either. [/QUOTE]
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