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Orotracheal intubation vs endotracheal intubation

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to be intubated, received tracheotomy , I have heard that her vent numbers are good but her tidal volume is weak ...

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as a result of the intubation. I was a Respiratory Therapist for 15 years and have intubated patients many ... about this situation is a massive understatement. I've been wondering about nasal intubation, which ...

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infection in his lungs and said it is very serious.. Dr. put him Tracheal Intubated and for weeks now and he ... off tracheal intubation to see how his lungs functioning and Dr said, not good and had to put it back ...

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uvula deviated to the left side ? I'm worried that something went wrong during my intubation as i wokeup ...

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hi I had an severe allergic reaction to enalapril and nifidipine and stopped breathing a intubation ... seen on of intubation of the trachea didn't include the vocal cords just the mouth trachea ...

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. Nerine was taken to the OR as scheduled. She tolerated the anesthesia induction and endotracheal intubation without incident and was hemodynamically stable. Shortly after the surgeon initiated insufflation ...

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My mother had hip replacement surgery on Friday and now her epigloptis does not work correctly with each swallow. Sometimes she coughs, usually after drinking water, and the barium swallow shows the pigloptis moves sometimes and sometimes it doesn...

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I was intubated after a blood clot removal went very wrong. I woke up 3 weeks later in the I ... been under going O.T. without any change. Could being intubated have caused this? ...

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hi, i had to be intubated 3 weeks ago after a severe od. i lost my voice and was extremly sore ... and dry cough. would please like to know if this could be related to being intubated? thank you ...

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I had surgery 3 weeks ago and was intubated. My gums and inner lip above my front two teeth were bruised black and blue from the ET tube. About a week ago I noticed 2 tiny little white bumps on the gums ...

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My husband was intubated for 2 1/2 days while sedated after a seizure waiting for MRI. This was last Thursday. He coughed up phlegm and blood for several hours. Then it was just phlegm. It dissipated ...

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My dad had a heart attack and was intubated on 9/27, when they went to wake him up from sedation on monday october 1st - he didn t wake up. He can t move his rt arm and the ct scan of his brain showed ...

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Hi. At what point does a child need to be intubated when she has sepsis . My child had Rocky Mountain spotted fever and her rr got as high as 80 before they intubated. Prior to this she had signs ...

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I was intubated for several days after respiratory failure at home. I was released from the hospital several days ago and still have a numb tongue and roof of my mouth. Is this normal in view of what ...

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The Emts mentioned that I was close to being intubated during my last chf episode luckily ... pulse ox in order for them to suggest the intubation? This was my 4th chf episode ...

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yes it must be done

doctor1 MD

Hi, Intubation is not always needed for this type of surgery. Snoring does not occur under general anaesthesia. The decision regarding intubation depends on many factors including weight of patient, presence of reflux, length of surgery, which joint is being scoped. Regards, Dr K A pottinger

doctor1 MD

Hi Welcome to HealthcareMagic Orocutaneous fistula is an abnormal connection between the oral cavity and the outside skin. Infection from the oral cavity can spread to the skin if it is the path of least resistance creating an abnormal tract. It is commonly seen in trauma to the facial bones. This can be rectified with simple surgery. Regards