The oro-pharyngeal is out in the new standards. Here are the current airway requirements:
1) Naso-pharyngeal airway. 20-24 F/ 6.0 diameter lubricated with viscous lidocaine if available, surgi-lube or saliva otherwise. Aim the airway down and rotate toward the ear. A safety pin can be used to adjust length and secure in place.
2) Surgical airway (cricothyroidotomy). -Trained use only. An emergency cric set can be fashioned by cutting an IV drip chamber in half. Find the anatomical landmark of cricothyroid membrane below "adam's apple." Make a longitudinal incision through the skin and visualize the membrane. Take top half of cut IV drip chamber, remove cap on spike that usually goes into IV bag. Insert spike through cricothyroid membrane. If patient needed a surgical airway, there will be a rush of air. The drip chamber needs to be secured in place with 100 mph tape or tac sutures. An ambu-bag can be attached to the drip chamber and the patient ventilated.
3) Suction device. (easy suction device). Also use gravity to facilitate drainage of blood and secretions. This is a reason c-spine is not as stressed in new TCCC standards, since it helps to turn the patient head so they don't drown.