Global Emergency Medical Consultants & Training Ltd.

Professional Training, Emergency Planning, Simulation

Rapid Oral Airway Measuring Adjunct 

 (The ROAMA)

When Seconds Count, Why Be Wrong?

The R.O.M.A. is fast, it's easy, and it is an accurate way to measure Oral Pharyngeal Airways.

Measure by colour, by millimeters or numbers. No indecision on proper size, no waste in choosing the wrong one. One size too large and it will not work properly. One size too small and it can slip behind the tongue to occlude the airway. 

Most importantly, get oxygen to your hypoxic patient faster.

When Seconds count, why be wrong.

Canadian, US and European


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