endotracheal


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endotracheal

[¦en·dō′trā·kē·əl]
(anatomy)
Within the trachea.
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Laryngeal mask airway group was anesthetized using the modified reinforced laryngeal mask airway while endotracheal tube intubation group was anesthetized using endotracheal tube.
To our knowledge, no studies have measured endotracheal cuff pressures in trauma or emergency patients in SA.
The incidence of these symptoms was found to increase in both control and study groups with increasing duration of endotracheal intubation.
2002), we used a dosimeter-piston ventilator system with a Raindrop nebulizer (Nelcor Puritan Bennett, Carlsbad, CA) to deliver the aerosols directly into the endotracheal tube only during inspiration at a tidal volume of 500 mL and a rate of 20 breaths/minute.
Explaining the ministry's reluctance to allow paramedics to engage in endotracheal intubations, officials say the ministry has to be careful as there is a danger of complications associated with the insertion of a tube into the trachea.
Patients who require respiratory support are typically connected to a ventilator with an endotracheal tube that is inserted in the throat.
In the Endotracheal tube group, the heart rate remained significantly elevated (P < 0.
These patients were applied BiPAP through endotracheal tube and its response on blood gases and neurological status was evaluated.
Endotracheal intubation is the placement of a tube into the trachea to maintain a patent airway, in those who are unconscious or unable to maintain their airway for other reasons.