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Andrew Napier, MD, FAAEM

Physician, Inventor, Entrepreneur

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As a board-certified Emergency Medicine physician and inventor based in the Bay Area, I am dedicated to providing the highest standard of care to my patients. My background as a Combat Medic in the United States Army has given me a unique perspective and set of skills that I utilize daily in my practice. My service earned me the Army Commendation Medal, Purple Heart, and Combat Medical Badge during my deployment in Afghanistan.

In addition to my medical practice, I am the inventor of IntuBlade, a patented medical device that is designed to improve patient outcomes and speed up the intubation process. This video laryngoscope features a cutting-edge spray function that maintains a clear view of the airway during intubations. I am constantly seeking innovative ways to enhance patient care and IntuBlade is just one example of my commitment to medical progress.

I strive to stay up-to-date on the latest breakthroughs in my field and apply them to my practice. I am passionate about providing the best possible care to my patients, whether that’s through the use of advanced technology or by implementing new treatment methods. My military background has instilled in me a strong sense of discipline and teamwork, which I apply to my work every day. I am grateful for the opportunity to make a difference in the lives of my patients.

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