Nurses are taught early on that, in an emergency, focus should be placed on maintaining the patient’s ABCs: airway, breathing, and circulation. Yet, without the proper tools available, the patient’s airway may not be fully cleared, or there may be a delay in doing so. This puts the patient at risk for aspiration of foreign matter into the lungs and airway.
This paper will discuss the importance of portable emergency suction as a critical tool in preventing aspiration and its subsequent complications.
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