intubation


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Synonyms for intubation

the insertion of a cannula or tube into a hollow body organ

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66% of the participants, who were under general anesthesia during oral intubation, had dental injuries.
7] demonstrated in a study conducted in 1998 that 63% of UK neonatal units did not use premedication prior to intubation, their study prompting much discussion.
The modified Mallampati test (MMT), neck extension (NE), interincisor distance (IID), thyromental distance (TMD), and the sternomental distance (SMD) are commonly used as predictors of difficult intubation.
Teleflex is proud to continue a more than 125 year partnership between our Rusch brand and clinicians to develop laryngoscopes that make intubation as simple, convenient, and safe as possible.
Of the 10 who received DR-CPAP, 8 required intubation and ventilator support during the first 5 days of life.
In 1929 and 1930, while visiting the United Kingdom, Troup was himself instructed on endotracheal intubation by Magill.
The patient presented insidiously with Capp's triad and developed delayed airway obstruction necessitating emergency fibreoptic endoscopic intubation.
2,5,6) However, the general features of this procedure remain unchanged: Orotracheal intubation is established first, and then the endotracheal tube (ETT) is brought through the floor of mouth so that it exits the skin of the submental region and will not interfere with the operative fields of the mouth and nose (1,2,5,6) Our present technique builds upon the experience of earlier authors and codifies a simple, reproducible method that can be readily incorporated into the practice of otolaryngologists treating maxillofacial trauma.
After adjusting for gestational age, medical center, and family clustering, the need for supplemental oxygen was similar in both groups, although the CPAP infants less frequently required intubation or postnatal corticosteroids for bronchopulmonary dysplasia than the surfactant group, and they also required fewer days of mechanical ventilation and were more likely to be alive by day 7, the authors wrote.
Should EMS-paramedics perform paediatric tracheal intubation in the field?
Years ago, teaching intubation on recently deceased newborns was more common.
This case report describes a patient who presented with minimal indicators of a difficult intubation and good BMV after induction of anesthesia.
Establishing a breathing tube airway in an infant is called an emergency intubation.
Abstract: This report describes the case of a 21-year-old male that presented in respiratory failure caused by laryngotracheal stenosis (LTS) related to remote endotracheal intubation.