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  • Intubation Step By Step, intubation technique explained

    2019-9-23u2002·u2002Pass The Tube. The head is now suspended from the blade held in your left hand, freeing your right hand to place the tube. Use a 6.5-8.5 for a woman and a 7.5-9.0 for a man. The larger the tube, the less resistance to breathing there will be. Hold the preselected tube in your right hand like a …

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  • Guidelines for the management of tracheal intubation in ...

    2018-3-14u2002·u2002does not address indications for intubation. Methods The DAS commissioned a working group in 2014 with repre-sentation from DAS, ICS, FICM and RCoA. An initial literature search was conducted from January 2000 to September 2014 using Medline, PubMed, Embase, Ovid, and Google Scholar. English language articles and abstract publications were iden-

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  • Orogastric tube insertion using the new gastric tube guide ...

    2017-4-4u2002·u2002The median placement time using the gastric tube guide was 14 s compared to 25 s without the device. In addition all participants were able to place the orogastric tube when using the gastric tube guide compared to 26/31 (84%) without it. Furthermore 26/31 (84%) users preferred the gastric tube guide over the standard method.

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  • Efficacious and safe orotracheal intubation for laboratory ...

    2016-1-18u2002·u2002Tracheal intubation of laboratory mice remains essential yet challenging for most researchers. The aim of this study was to investigate whether this procedure can be more efficiently and safely accomplished by a novel method using slim and torqueable guidewires to guide access to the trachea. This study was carried out in an animal laboratory affiliated to a tertiary medical center.

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  • Nasotracheal Intubation

    Methods. Children presenting for elective surgery were randomized to undergo red-rubber catheter-guided nasotracheal intubation or to have the nasotracheal tube alone inserted. After general anesthesia and paralysis with vecuronium, the nares were prepared with topical vasoconstrictor. The nasotracheal tube was softened with warm water.

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  • Neonatal Intubation (Neonatal) - Medical Staff Affairs

    2018-1-9u2002·u20022. Empty the infant's stomach if the infant has been fed. (This does not, however, assure that the stomach is completely empty). 3. Ventilate the infant with bag and mask for one minute, using 21% oxygen (unless patient condition warrants using higher oxygen) before attempting intubation (except in meconium deliveries). B. Set up (if applicable) 1.

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  • Frontiers

    Background: General anesthesia in rabbits is associated with higher morbidity and mortality relative to other mammalian species commonly anesthetized. Unique challenges related to endotracheal intubation (ETI) in rabbits contribute to this risk.Objective: To improve the safety of ETI in rabbits, we developed two new ETI methods using a supraglottic airway device (v-gel®) to facilitate ETI and ...

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  • Bougie assisted endotracheal intubation using the Air-Q ...

    2017-1-1u2002·u2002It is used as a Seldinger-type guide or track for endotracheal tube (ETT) placement . We hypothesized that using bougie guided intubation through air-Q™ can improve the success rate with minimal complications. Thus this prospective randomized study was designed to assess bougie-guided tracheal intubation using the air-Q™.

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  • Bougie-in-channel intubation technique

    2018-10-6u2002·u2002Bougie-in-channel intubation technique. a Attach the disposable channeled blade to the videolaryngoscope.b Allow the patient's neck to be in the neutral position.c Insert the videolaryngoscope into the oral cavity and visualize the glottic opening.d Insert the flexible bougie into the guiding channel of the disposable videolaryngoscope blade (that is, bougie-in-channel technique).

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  • What Is a Glidescope and How Is a Glidescope Used ...

    2019-3-27u2002·u2002What Is a Glidescope and How Is It Used? A Glidescope (GS) is a video device that helps specially trained health care providers see a patient's airway during endotracheal intubation. Intubation secures a patient's airway during surgery, or if breathing has become difficult due to an airway blockage, respiratory illness, or trauma.

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  • Stitch guide technique for bicanalicular nasal intubation ...

    2018-9-1u2002·u2002From Jan 2005 to Dec 2015, 20 patients (21 eyes) with upper or lower canalicular laceration were treated with the Crawford lacrimal intubation set by this stitch guide method. We used the eye pigtail probe and the steel probe of the intubation set to dispose a 4-0 Nylon suture as a guide to pull down the silicone tube to the nostril.

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  • Teaching and Learning the Skill of Intubation Using ...

    2020-3-1u2002·u2002Endotracheal intubation using direct laryngoscopy is a fundamental skill for health care professionals who are tasked with the job of securing a patient's airway. Teaching this skill is often challenging because of the inability of a faculty member to share the same vantage point as the learner. The aim of this study was to determine feasibility and acceptability of the use of …

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  • Efficacious and safe orotracheal intubation for laboratory ...

    Tracheal intubation of laboratory mice remains essential yet challenging for most researchers. The aim of this study was to investigate whether this procedure can be more efficiently and safely accomplished by a novel method using slim and torqueable guidewires to guide access to the trachea. This study was carried out in an animal laboratory affiliated to a tertiary medical center.

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  • The use of a plastic guide improves the safety and reduces ...

    The successful endotracheal intubation of pigs using the standard orotracheal method is challenging and technically difficult, because of the pig's oral anatomy and the presence of excess tissue in the oropharyngeal region. Hence, the operator, who is usually an anesthetist, requires extensive train …

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  • Effect of Dynamic Versus Stylet-Guided Intubation on First ...

    2019-3-7u2002·u2002While using a bougie during direct laryngoscopy improves first-attempt intubation success, 9 with an acute-angled videolaryngoscopy blade, a bougie does not always help to reach a very anterior glottis, and it is more common to use a preformed 60°-angled stylet. 10 Both the bougie and the stylet work as a static guide because the tube tip ...

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  • Difficult intubation and extubation in adult anaesthesia ...

    2018-12-1u2002·u2002When using a videolaryngoscope without gutter, the use of a preformed guide may be useful for directing the tracheal tube. In cases of cervical spine pathology, a meta-analysis showed a higher rate of intubation success and better vision of the glottis as well as a lower complication rate with an Airtraq™ than with a laryngoscope equipped ...

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  • The use of a plastic guide improves the safety and reduces ...

    2014-6-16u2002·u2002The method of endotracheal intubation comprises four steps: visualization of the vocal cords using the light of the forehead lamp and the throat spatula in order to depress the tongue and epiglottis; placing the plastic guide wire on the surface of the depressed epiglottis in the laryngeal cleft (Fig. 1a) without rotating the guide wire and ...

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  • Microscopic wire guide-based orotracheal mouse intubation ...

    2008-4-1u2002·u2002SummaryAirway access is needed for a number of experimental animal models, and the majority of animal research is based on mouse models. Anatomical conditions in mice are small, and the narrow glot...

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  • Efficacious and safe orotracheal intubation for laboratory ...

    The vocal cords were then crossed using either the Conventional method with a 38-mm-long, end-blunted stiff needle as a guide for insertion of a 22-gauge, 25-mm-long intravenous catheter into the trachea, or the Modified method utilizing using a 0.014-inch-thin torqueable wire as the guide to introduce an identical tube over it into the trachea.

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  • What Is a Glidescope and How Is a Glidescope Used ...

    2019-3-27u2002·u2002What Is a Glidescope and How Is It Used? A Glidescope (GS) is a video device that helps specially trained health care providers see a patient's airway during endotracheal intubation. Intubation secures a patient's airway during surgery, or if breathing has become difficult due to an airway blockage, respiratory illness, or trauma.

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  • Stitch guide technique for bicanalicular nasal intubation ...

    2018-9-1u2002·u2002From Jan 2005 to Dec 2015, 20 patients (21 eyes) with upper or lower canalicular laceration were treated with the Crawford lacrimal intubation set by this stitch guide method. We used the eye pigtail probe and the steel probe of the intubation set to dispose a 4-0 Nylon suture as a guide to pull down the silicone tube to the nostril.

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  • Teaching and Learning the Skill of Intubation Using ...

    2020-3-1u2002·u2002Endotracheal intubation using direct laryngoscopy is a fundamental skill for health care professionals who are tasked with the job of securing a patient's airway. Teaching this skill is often challenging because of the inability of a faculty member to share the same vantage point as the learner. The aim of this study was to determine feasibility and acceptability of the use of telehealth ...

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  • Efficacious and safe orotracheal intubation for laboratory ...

    Tracheal intubation of laboratory mice remains essential yet challenging for most researchers. The aim of this study was to investigate whether this procedure can be more efficiently and safely accomplished by a novel method using slim and torqueable guidewires to guide access to the trachea. This study was carried out in an animal laboratory affiliated to a tertiary medical center.

    Get Price
  • The use of a plastic guide improves the safety and reduces ...

    The successful endotracheal intubation of pigs using the standard orotracheal method is challenging and technically difficult, because of the pig's oral anatomy and the presence of excess tissue in the oropharyngeal region. Hence, the operator, who is usually an anesthetist, requires extensive train …

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  • Effect of Dynamic Versus Stylet-Guided Intubation on First ...

    2019-3-7u2002·u2002While using a bougie during direct laryngoscopy improves first-attempt intubation success, 9 with an acute-angled videolaryngoscopy blade, a bougie does not always help to reach a very anterior glottis, and it is more common to use a preformed 60°-angled stylet. 10 Both the bougie and the stylet work as a static guide because the tube tip ...

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  • Difficult intubation and extubation in adult anaesthesia ...

    2018-12-1u2002·u2002When using a videolaryngoscope without gutter, the use of a preformed guide may be useful for directing the tracheal tube. In cases of cervical spine pathology, a meta-analysis showed a higher rate of intubation success and better vision of the glottis as well as a lower complication rate with an Airtraq™ than with a laryngoscope equipped ...

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  • The use of a plastic guide improves the safety and reduces ...

    2014-6-16u2002·u2002The method of endotracheal intubation comprises four steps: visualization of the vocal cords using the light of the forehead lamp and the throat spatula in order to depress the tongue and epiglottis; placing the plastic guide wire on the surface of the depressed epiglottis in the laryngeal cleft (Fig. 1a) without rotating the guide wire and ...

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  • Microscopic wire guide-based orotracheal mouse

    2008-4-1u2002·u2002SummaryAirway access is needed for a number of experimental animal models, and the majority of animal research is based on mouse models. Anatomical conditions in …

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  • Efficacious and safe orotracheal intubation for laboratory ...

    The vocal cords were then crossed using either the Conventional method with a 38-mm-long, end-blunted stiff needle as a guide for insertion of a 22-gauge, 25-mm-long intravenous catheter into the trachea, or the Modified method utilizing using a 0.014-inch-thin torqueable wire as the guide to introduce an identical tube over it into the trachea.

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  • What Is a Glidescope and How Is a Glidescope Used ...

    2019-3-27u2002·u2002What Is a Glidescope and How Is It Used? A Glidescope (GS) is a video device that helps specially trained health care providers see a patient's airway during endotracheal intubation. Intubation secures a patient's airway during surgery, or if breathing has become difficult due to an airway blockage, respiratory illness, or trauma.

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  • A Beginners Guide to Intubation - Critical Care Practitioner

    2 days agou2002·u2002The critical care patient may need intubation for any number of reasons: – acute airway obstruction –protection of the airway in those without protective reflexes for example those patients with a neurological problem –respiratory failure requiring support with high inspired concentrations of oxygen and PEEP. The process of intubation usually follows the sequence of rapid sequence ...

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  • A New Fiberoptic Guide for Endotracheal Intubation

    ANewFiberopticGuidefor Endotracheal Intubation Oded Preis, MD s=bAn improved method for placement ofendotracheal tubes was investigated. A fiberoptic guide is used that trans- illuminatesfromwithinthetube'slumen, permitting one to relate the tube's posi- tion to skeletal landmarks. The proce-dure is safe and was 100% successful in 20 infants in whom the …

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  • Indications for Endotracheal Intubation

    2018-7-25u2002·u2002Endotracheal intubation using rapid sequence intubation (RSI) is the cornerstone of emergency airway management. RSI is a safe method in patients with a full stomach but is not beneficial in apneic unconscious patients (GCS <4). A patient suspected of difficult respiratory tract should be approached carefully for RSI.

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  • An improved simple method of mouse lung intubation ...

    2009-3-1u2002·u20028 Rivera B, Miller S, Brown E, Price R. A novel method for endotracheal intubation of mice and rats used in imaging studies. Contemp Top Lab Anim Sci 44: 52–55, 2005. Google Scholar; 9 Spoelstra EN, Ince C, Koeman A, Emons VM, Brouwer LA, van Luyn MJ, Westerink BH, Remie R. A novel and simple method for endotracheal intubation of mice.

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  • Successful ventilation through a Rüsch intubation guide ...

    2018-5-25u2002·u2002Providing adequate ventilation may remain complex in patients with severe proximal laryngotracheal stenosis, especially when the airway is shared with the surgeon during tracheal resection surgery. We describe an effective alternative to standard endotracheal intubation using a Rüsch flexible intubation guide catheter. In two patients undergoing tracheal repair surgery, we …

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  • Nasotracheal Intubation: A Simple and Effective Technique ...

    2021-10-14u2002·u2002For statistical analysis, SigmaStat 2.03 software (SPSS Inc., Chicago, IL) was used. Ordinal end points were compared by using the Mann-Whitney U-test, proportions by using the χ 2 test, and continuous end points by using Student's t-test. For all tests, P < 0.05 was considered to be statistically significant. Data are expressed as median ...

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  • Successful ventilation through a Rüsch intubation guide ...

    2018-5-25u2002·u2002However, using indirect laryngoscopy, a 6.0 outer diameter Rüsch flexible intubation guide catheter was passed successfully through the vocal cords and then through the stenosis. Controlled ventilation was achieved by means of the Rüsch guide, provided with its two large Murphy's eyes. When the trachea was opened, the Rüsch guide was

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  • Bougie-in-channel intubation technique

    2018-10-6u2002·u2002Bougie-in-channel intubation technique. a Attach the disposable channeled blade to the videolaryngoscope.b Allow the patient's neck to be in the neutral position.c Insert the videolaryngoscope into the oral cavity and visualize the glottic opening.d Insert the flexible bougie into the guiding channel of the disposable videolaryngoscope blade (that is, bougie-in-channel …

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  • Fibreoptic intubation in airway management: a review ...

    Hawkyard et al's study showed milder changes in mean arterial pressure changes and heart rate with awake nasal FOI (fall of 9 mmHg and rise of 3 beats per minute [bpm], respectively) than with asleep orotracheal intubation using direct laryngoscopy (rise of 35 mmHg and 24 bpm, respectively). When Xue et al compared nasal FOI with direct ...

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  • How To Do Orotracheal Intubation Using Video Laryngoscopy ...

    Orotracheal intubation using video laryngoscopy is a useful method of endotracheal intubation because it can provide better visualization of the glottis than direct laryngoscopy. Indications Hypoxia or hypoventilation requiring assisted ventilation to maintain oxygenation and ventilation

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  • Stitch guide technique for bicanalicular nasal intubation ...

    2018-9-1u2002·u2002From Jan 2005 to Dec 2015, 20 patients (21 eyes) with upper or lower canalicular laceration were treated with the Crawford lacrimal intubation set by this stitch guide method. We used the eye pigtail probe and the steel probe of the intubation set to dispose a 4-0 Nylon suture as a guide to pull down the silicone tube to the nostril.

    Get Price
  • Teaching and Learning the Skill of Intubation Using ...

    2020-3-1u2002·u2002Endotracheal intubation using direct laryngoscopy is a fundamental skill for health care professionals who are tasked with the job of securing a patient's airway. Teaching this skill is often challenging because of the inability of a faculty member to share the same vantage point as the learner. The aim of this study was to determine feasibility and acceptability of the use of telehealth ...

    Get Price
  • Efficacious and safe orotracheal intubation for laboratory ...

    Tracheal intubation of laboratory mice remains essential yet challenging for most researchers. The aim of this study was to investigate whether this procedure can be more efficiently and safely accomplished by a novel method using slim and torqueable guidewires to guide access to the trachea. This study was carried out in an animal laboratory affiliated to a tertiary medical center.

    Get Price
  • The use of a plastic guide improves the safety and reduces ...

    The successful endotracheal intubation of pigs using the standard orotracheal method is challenging and technically difficult, because of the pig's oral anatomy and the presence of excess tissue in the oropharyngeal region. Hence, the operator, who is usually an anesthetist, requires extensive train …

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  • Effect of Dynamic Versus Stylet-Guided Intubation on First ...

    2019-3-7u2002·u2002While using a bougie during direct laryngoscopy improves first-attempt intubation success, 9 with an acute-angled videolaryngoscopy blade, a bougie does not always help to reach a very anterior glottis, and it is more common to use a preformed 60°-angled stylet. 10 Both the bougie and the stylet work as a static guide because the tube tip ...

    Get Price
  • Difficult intubation and extubation in adult anaesthesia ...

    2018-12-1u2002·u2002When using a videolaryngoscope without gutter, the use of a preformed guide may be useful for directing the tracheal tube. In cases of cervical spine pathology, a meta-analysis showed a higher rate of intubation success and better vision of the glottis as well as a lower complication rate with an Airtraq™ than with a laryngoscope equipped ...

    Get Price
  • The use of a plastic guide improves the safety and reduces ...

    2014-6-16u2002·u2002The method of endotracheal intubation comprises four steps: visualization of the vocal cords using the light of the forehead lamp and the throat spatula in order to depress the tongue and epiglottis; placing the plastic guide wire on the surface of the depressed epiglottis in the laryngeal cleft (Fig. 1a) without rotating the guide wire and ...

    Get Price
  • Microscopic wire guide-based orotracheal mouse

    2008-4-1u2002·u2002SummaryAirway access is needed for a number of experimental animal models, and the majority of animal research is based on mouse models. Anatomical conditions in …

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  • Efficacious and safe orotracheal intubation for laboratory ...

    The vocal cords were then crossed using either the Conventional method with a 38-mm-long, end-blunted stiff needle as a guide for insertion of a 22-gauge, 25-mm-long intravenous catheter into the trachea, or the Modified method utilizing using a 0.014-inch-thin torqueable wire as the guide to introduce an identical tube over it into the trachea.

    Get Price
  • What Is a Glidescope and How Is a Glidescope Used ...

    2019-3-27u2002·u2002What Is a Glidescope and How Is It Used? A Glidescope (GS) is a video device that helps specially trained health care providers see a patient's airway during endotracheal intubation. Intubation secures a patient's airway during surgery, or if breathing has become difficult due to an airway blockage, respiratory illness, or trauma.

    Get Price
  • Stitch guide technique for bicanalicular nasal intubation ...

    2018-9-1u2002·u2002From Jan 2005 to Dec 2015, 20 patients (21 eyes) with upper or lower canalicular laceration were treated with the Crawford lacrimal intubation set by this stitch guide method. We used the eye pigtail probe and the steel probe of the intubation set to dispose a 4-0 Nylon suture as a guide to pull down the silicone tube to the nostril.

    Get Price
  • Teaching and Learning the Skill of Intubation Using ...

    2020-3-1u2002·u2002Endotracheal intubation using direct laryngoscopy is a fundamental skill for health care professionals who are tasked with the job of securing a patient's airway. Teaching this skill is often challenging because of the inability of a faculty member to share the same vantage point as the learner. The aim of this study was to determine feasibility and acceptability of the use of telehealth ...

    Get Price
  • Efficacious and safe orotracheal intubation for laboratory ...

    Tracheal intubation of laboratory mice remains essential yet challenging for most researchers. The aim of this study was to investigate whether this procedure can be more efficiently and safely accomplished by a novel method using slim and torqueable guidewires to guide access to the trachea. This study was carried out in an animal laboratory affiliated to a tertiary medical center.

    Get Price
  • The use of a plastic guide improves the safety and reduces ...

    The successful endotracheal intubation of pigs using the standard orotracheal method is challenging and technically difficult, because of the pig's oral anatomy and the presence of excess tissue in the oropharyngeal region. Hence, the operator, who is usually an anesthetist, requires extensive train …

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  • Effect of Dynamic Versus Stylet-Guided Intubation on First ...

    2019-3-7u2002·u2002While using a bougie during direct laryngoscopy improves first-attempt intubation success, 9 with an acute-angled videolaryngoscopy blade, a bougie does not always help to reach a very anterior glottis, and it is more common to use a preformed 60°-angled stylet. 10 Both the bougie and the stylet work as a static guide because the tube tip ...

    Get Price
  • Difficult intubation and extubation in adult anaesthesia ...

    2018-12-1u2002·u2002When using a videolaryngoscope without gutter, the use of a preformed guide may be useful for directing the tracheal tube. In cases of cervical spine pathology, a meta-analysis showed a higher rate of intubation success and better vision of the glottis as well as a lower complication rate with an Airtraq™ than with a laryngoscope equipped ...

    Get Price
  • The use of a plastic guide improves the safety and reduces ...

    2014-6-16u2002·u2002The method of endotracheal intubation comprises four steps: visualization of the vocal cords using the light of the forehead lamp and the throat spatula in order to depress the tongue and epiglottis; placing the plastic guide wire on the surface of the depressed epiglottis in the laryngeal cleft (Fig. 1a) without rotating the guide wire and ...

    Get Price
  • Microscopic wire guide-based orotracheal mouse

    2008-4-1u2002·u2002SummaryAirway access is needed for a number of experimental animal models, and the majority of animal research is based on mouse models. Anatomical conditions in …

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  • Efficacious and safe orotracheal intubation for laboratory ...

    The vocal cords were then crossed using either the Conventional method with a 38-mm-long, end-blunted stiff needle as a guide for insertion of a 22-gauge, 25-mm-long intravenous catheter into the trachea, or the Modified method utilizing using a 0.014-inch-thin torqueable wire as the guide to introduce an identical tube over it into the trachea.

    Get Price
  • What Is a Glidescope and How Is a Glidescope Used ...

    2019-3-27u2002·u2002What Is a Glidescope and How Is It Used? A Glidescope (GS) is a video device that helps specially trained health care providers see a patient's airway during endotracheal intubation. Intubation secures a patient's airway during surgery, or if breathing has become difficult due to an airway blockage, respiratory illness, or trauma.

    Get Price