REMSTARBC.ca Rural Emergency Medicine Simulation Training and Resource - British Columbia
This page discusses the types of intraosseous devices available to clinicians
in the event standard intravenous access is not possible.
(Remember external jugular access!)
Which device is available may depend on where you work.
However you should be familiar with all such devices.
The link to the Power Point below describes the pros and cons of each system.
Below are videos on the various types of IO devices outlined in the above Power Point.