* The report reviews the major players involved in the development of Endotracheal
Tubes and list all their pipeline projects
Siela (2010) refers to the AACN practice alert and the importance of the use of endotracheal
tubes with a subglottic suction feature.
Key clinical point: It may be better not to perform endotracheal
suctioning in nonvigorous neonates born with meconium-stained amniotic fluid.
Conclusion: Reinforced laryngeal mask airway seems a safe and logical substitute for endotracheal
tube in adult tonsillectomy in experienced hands.
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
To assure smooth passage of the endotracheal
tube over the CAEC, the tip of the tube was maintained in a bevel-down position (i.e., with the Murphy eye up).
The development of endotracheal
tubes over the years has aimed at enhancing their function and minimising the complications of their use.
intubation procedural skill is basically performed throughout the world by healthcare professionals and is relatively safe and is among the most effective procedures.
Of these, standard endotracheal
tubes were used on 30 patients and endotracheal
tubes with SSD function were used on 12 patients.
During Open Endotracheal
Suctioning (OES), the patient is temporarily removed from the ventilator while Endotracheal
Suctioning (ETS) is performed.
Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness and safety of using BiPAP through endotracheal
tube in comatose Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) patients with hypercapnic respiratory failure.