The skills intubating and ventilating a patient using diferent techniques and quipment are outlined in this chapter. In Special procedures you can read and learn about single lung ventilation, jet ventilation, retrograde intubation and tracheostomi.
A patient presents to the operating room for closure of a hypo pharyngeal cutaneous fistula and a small trachea cutaneous fistula. Previous the patient has received therapy of tongue and mandibular cancer with radiation and chemotherapy and free tissue transfer. Following inhalation induction, the patient is nasal intubated using a flexible fiberscopeWatch
Awake nasal fiberoptic intubation in a patient with no mouth opening due to fracture of the mandibleWatch
A patient with trismus is nasal intubated using the Ambu aScope. This video shows multicamera views.Watch
This video shows how to place a neuromonitoring tracheal tube - the Medtronic NIMs tube - in an anesthetized patient through the nasal cavity. An Ambu aScope is used to place the tube and direct laryngoscopy is used to check the electrode placement across the vocal folds.Watch
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