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Synonyms for intubation

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

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INTRODUCTION: Nasotracheal intubation is a skill greatly appreciated by anaesthesiologists and surgeons in head and neck specialities.
during fibreoptic nasotracheal intubation. The infusion was prepared by adding 2ml (200[micro]g) of dexmedetomidine to 48ml of 0.9% saline solution making overall solution of 50ml.
This technique provided a secure airway, an unobstructed intraoral surgical field and allowed maxilla-mandibular fixation while avoiding the drawbacks and complications of nasotracheal intubation and tracheostomy (8).
* Uncomplicated thyroid nodule (*) * No obesity or not too short neck * ASA 1 * No contraindication for nasotracheal intubation * Preoperative laryngeal examination * Right hand surgeon should start operate with right thyroid nodule * Right lobectomy, female *Uncomplicated thyroid nodule: Not to small and not too big.
Blind nasotracheal intubation for patients with penetrating neck trauma.
Most importantly, since the SNPA can be peeled off the bronchoscope, nasotracheal intubation can be facilitated.
Nasotracheal intubation is one of the most common methods for established airway management in patients undergoing surgeries, especially in the head and neck region.
Dexmedetomidine-midazolam versus sufentanil-midazolam for awake fiberoptic nasotracheal intubation: A Randomized double-blind study.
Furthermore, nasotracheal intubation may cause serious complications includingtrauma to nasal structures and epistaxis [5].
Objective: To demonstrate use of nasotracheal intubation in airway management of large anaplastic thyroid carcinoma.
Key Words: Blind nasotracheal Intubation, Warming, Endotracheal tube, Maxillofacial surgery
Nasotracheal intubation in the neonate: Physiologic responses and effects of atropine and pancuronium.