Currently in the United States surfactant therapy is administered via endotracheal intubation
Complications of endotracheal intubation
in the critically ill.
The subject of a public contract to supply a set of difficult endotracheal intubation
tubes and two laryngoskopami intubacyjnymi for the provincial specialist hospital.
Moreover, due to the prevalence of maxillary protrusion, immature roots, and ectopic eruptions, children are susceptible to dental injuries during oral endotracheal intubation
Incidence and impact of dysphagia in patients receiving prolonged endotracheal intubation
after cardiac surgery.
Premedication for nonemergency endotracheal intubation
in the neonate.
of patients for whom information was available was reported for 18.
The clinical uses of NMBAs important to respiratory therapist are to facilitate endotracheal intubation
, to enhance patient, ventilator synchrony, and to reduce oxygen consumption.
When he was delivered, the baby was not breathing and his heart rate was very low, so endotracheal intubation
was immediately attempted.
Gandy provided mask anesthesia without protection of the patient's airway, by endotracheal intubation
Nurses who staff ANB AirCare are highly trained health care providers capable of delivering many life saving interventions including; endotracheal intubation
, expanded pharmacology and mechanical ventilation.
With the increased use of anesthetic and diagnostic techniques in avian medicine, endotracheal intubation
for maintenance of avian general anesthesia is now common.