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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Endotracheal Tubation avoid hypertension, check ventilator settings and modes, suction appropriately, assess pain& sedation needs, prevent infection, manage airway, meetnutritional needs Pre & Post Patient Care laryngoscope, endotracheal tube,stethoscope, pulse oximeter, blood pressure gauge, cardiac monitor,oxygen source, facemask, anesthesiabag, suction catheter, procedure table, pillows, esophageal syringe catheter Diseases/Disorders procedure is used to treat respiratory arrest, respiratory failure,airway obstruction, ventilator support,class III or IV hemorrhage, headinjury/abnormal mental status, inhalationinjury with erythema & edema of vocal cords. Moira StaiPer. 21-26-15 Equipment Procedure Anesthesiologist opens mouth & inserts a laryngoscope. Its advanced until it reaches angle betweenthe tongue & the epiglottis. It's thenlifted upwards & toward thechest & away from the nose to bringthe vocal cords into view. Then theendotracheal tube which is made offlexible plastic, is inserted throughthe mouth opening, to where the cuff rests just below the cords. Finallythe cuff is inflated to provide minimalleak. Then the anesthesiologist listensfor breathing sounds to ensure properplacement of the tube. Complications/Risks potential complications: edema,bleeding, tracheal & esophagealperforation, pneumothorax (collapsed lung), & aspirations/s: sore throat, pain, swelling,subcutaneous emphysema,difficulty swallowing Expected Outcome It should maintain an open passagethrough upper airway & allowsair to pass freely to & fromlungs in order to ventilate them
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