With the new standards in the healthcare provider CPR, I believe intubation will begin to take a backseat to the Combitube. The Combitube is considered a blind insertion airway device. You place the tube once in the posterior pharynx and choose port number one. If placed properly, you should see rise and fall of the chest with proper ventilation. However, if there is no rise and fall of the chest, go to port number two and ventilate with a bag valve mask. You will see rise and fall of the chest. The airway device is designed to work in the trachea as well as the esophagus. Medical professionals will require approximately 4 hours of continuing education in order to use this airway device properly. The Atlanta Medical Academy trains medical professionals in the proper use of many airway devices.