|Description:||Table 3.50 - Text used to read: Positive pressure ventilation using a nebulising T piece. Assess for bilateral tension pneumothorax.Text now reads: Assess for bilateral tension pneumothorax.
Figure 3.11 - Text used to read: Positive pressure nebulise using a bag-valve-mask and ‘T’ piece.Assess for bilateral tension pneumothorax and treat if present.Provide an alert/information callText now reads: Assess for bilateral tension pneumothorax and treat if present.Provide an alert/information call
|Date Update Posted Online:||January 16, 2017|
|Book:||Reference Edition, Pocket Book|
|Section Title:||Asthma (Adults)|
|Pocket Page Reference:||23|
|Guidelines Print Date:||January 16, 2017|
|Pocket Guide Print Date:||January 16, 2017|
|Guidelines PDF Update:||Click here to download PDF|
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