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Intraosseous (IO) Infusion has become an accepted standard of care over the last 15 years. From battlefields to ambulances and emergency rooms, the use of IO devices is rapidly increasing. 

In Pyng Medical’s new user experience paper, Sternal or Peripheral? A User Review of Intraosseous Infusion Sites, Dr. David Morehouse discusses and evaluates the best route for Intraosseous Infusion: Sternal or Peripheral (humeral and tibial).

Because few studies exist that evaluate or compare the effectiveness of different routes for IO, Dr. Morehouse has compiled extensive first hand user experience based on his years in emergency and military medicine, and in training hundreds of practitioners on emergency medicine techniques, supplemented by limited clinical studies and articles, to compare the effectiveness of the Sternal and Peripheral routes for IO in five key areas:

  1. Ease of use
  2. Learnability
  3. Flow rates
  4. Efficacy
  5. Pain

To learn more, download the new paper now.

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