Does anyone here use King Airways in their department? I just saw them today and I was really impressed. We have been using the combi-tube here at an EMT-B level if you have the advanced airway endorsement from the state. What I have seen though is that with the Combi-tube it is semi-complicated in that you have two bulbs to fill with air, you have two places to ventilate from. And under stress I have seen people take a second look at what they were doing to make sure they did it right. Making sure they were putting the correct amount of air in the right place. Venting the pt. and trying to listen for breath sounds etc... in a noisy environment. The Kings that I saw today seemed to have a lot more advantages. You would still have to assess to make sure you were getting air where you needed to. But there was one place to put air in with a syringe. And there was only one place to vent the pt. with. There is a hole that you could suction with... something you cannot do with a combi-tube. And it appeared that it would be a snap to go from King Airway to ET tube when a higher level of care came along and felt that an ET tube would be better. I am going to try and get approval from our medical director to use the Kings instead of the Combi-tube. I was just looking for some feedback from people who actually used them prior to me making that push in case there was some major drawback that I just wasn't seeing. Here's a link to the airway we were looking at. King Airways LTS-D Wanna kill these ads? We can help!