How to: Start an IO (Humeral and Tibial)

Intraosseous (IO) access is an effective and fast means of emergency medication administration when an IV is difficult to obtain. This video goes through basic anatomy, background, equipment, setup, and site identification for both humeral and tibial IOs, finishing with a full IO demonstration.

Background: 00:48
Indications/Contraindications: 1:47
Anatomy: 2:52
Equipment: 4:05
Humeral Site: 10:10
Tibial Site: 11:32
Full Demo: 12:57

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