Informal King LT-D® Study

At a recent course we conducted an informal study of the King LT-D Airway. Utilizing the difficult airway head on an ALS mannequin, we had a single student manage the airway by pre-oxygenating, then inserting an airway device and providing…

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ALS Training Simulators in RMI Courses

Remote Medical International recently welcomed a group of new assistant instructors to the Training Group, increasing the realism and reinforcing advanced skills practice in RMI courses. As the CEO and an active instructor, realistic scenarios have been not only a…

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Celox Blood Stopping Powder

For a long time we have been waiting for a worthwhile hemostatic agent/tool worth including in our Equipment & Supply Division, and at last CELOX™ is here. I recently saw this stuff at the Wilderness Medicine National Conference with our…

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Choosing a Medical Kit for Wilderness Medicine

We are often asked by students and customers about the “perfect medical kit” – to which there really is no answer. In choosing a medical kit for a particular purpose, there are several points to consider: 1. Purchasing a pre-made…

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