intubate


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Synonyms for intubate

introduce a cannula or tube into

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She was taken to the High Dependency Unit, where the team attempted to intubate her and encountered difficulties.
The average time to intubate was 10 minutes (IQR, 5 to 72) for crash intubation, 60 minutes (IQR, 20-165) for RSI and 70 minutes (IQR, 15 to 323.
The shorter time to intubate with the flexible fiberoptic bronchoscope with lateral patient positioning compared to supine patient positioning may be due to the effect of gravity.
A persistent "can't intubate, can't oxygenate" crisis despite reversal of rocuronium with sugammadex.
In fact, if an airway must be established, whichever individual is doing the intubating should go right ahead and intubate over the TTOC.
In my opinion, an ideal intubation device should be versatile enough to aid in securing a definitive airway by both oral and nasal routes, especially in situations that result in failure to intubate with direct laryngoscopy.
The court held, inter alia, that according to expert testimony by the plaintiff's board certified emergency physician, the defendants departed from accepted practice by failing to intubate the patient and timely administer advanced life support medications, and added to it by the inappropriate administration of electrical defibrillation to an asystolic patient.
While no attempt is made here to quantify the morbidity or mortality associated with endotracheal intubation attempts in extremely preterm newborns, repeated traumatic attempts, prolonged hypoxia, and failure to successfully intubate sometimes occur.
A more preferable option is the placement of an intubating laryngeal mask airway (ILMA: Fastrach) and subsequent use thereof to intubate the trachea.
Coverage encompasses core knowledge and accompanying management protocols necessary to assess, oxygenate, intubate, and monitor patients requiring emergency airway management.
To intubate properly, a tube that is akin to a normal PVC tube, must be inserted between the vocal cords and into the trachea.
Mansel instructed the staff to prepare to intubate Candice for respiratory support.
But Ojo made four failed attempts to intubate - put oxygen inside her - over a 15-minute period, after which she she turned blue.
Even if you did, you'd be so weighed down you couldn't do the delicate work it takes to insert an IV, suction, intubate, and so on.
The failure to successfully intubate the trachea and secure the airway remains a leading cause of morbidity and mortality in anaesthetic [1,2,3] and emergency settings.