Trauma Thursdays: The More You Know

Trauma Thursdays: The More You Know

A nasal cannula is useful when the patient feels suffocated (ironic, right?) by having a mask over their face and cannot be convinced otherwise. Also, it is used when the flow of oxygen does not need to be so high (an NRB delivers a high concentration of oxygen).
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