manual ventilation

man·u·al ven·ti·la·tion

intermittent manual compression of a gas-filled reservoir bag to force gases into a patient's lungs and thus maintain oxygenation and carbon dioxide elimination during apnea or hypoventilation.
Synonym(s): bag ventilation

man·u·al ven·ti·la·tion

(man'yū-ăl ven'ti-lā'shŭn)
Intermittent compression of a gas-filled reservoir bag to force gases into a patient's lungs and thus maintain oxygenation and carbon dioxide elimination during apnea or hypoventilation.

man·u·al ven·ti·la·tion

(man'yū-ăl ven'ti-lā'shŭn)
Intermittent manual compression of a gas-filled reservoir bag to force gases into a patient's lungs and thus maintain oxygenation and carbon dioxide elimination.
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5 cm all around to allow the insertion of a rigid bronchoscope size 6 while keeping the patient on manual ventilation and foreign body removed with difficulty using grasping forceps.
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We performed manual ventilation, the P[sub]ET CO[sub]2 decreased, and a small elevation in airway pressure was perceived.
Manual ventilation was initiated right away after uneventful orotracheal intubation, with the support of the anaesthesia machine.
cereus implicating hospital linens, manual ventilation balloons, contaminated diapers, and contaminated ventilator equipment have also been reported (5-9).
The concept, although unconventional, also allows an attending staff member to take over manual ventilation of the patient, with air if necessary, if a hospital's pneumatic mechanism or gas supply fails.
Hurst et al (19) examined 28 patients requiring transport in a prospective, randomized fashion, comparing manual ventilation with ventilation provided by a transport ventilator.
3) Other cases have been reported as a result of maxillofacial trauma, (4) dental surgery, (5) adenotonsillectomy, (6) traumatic intubation, (7) ventilator malfunction, (8) and excessive manual ventilation.
The south facing windows did their basic solar heating job well, the earth sheltering tempered the highs and lows of the outside temperatures and the tiltout front windows and side hinged side windows made a fine manual ventilation system.
The 100percent latex free infant resuscitation is to be designed for manual ventilation and must be completely assembled comprising the following items; A self-inflating bag, A combined inlet valve with a safety pressure release valve of 40 cm h2o and oxygen reservoir valve assembly, An infant size face mask size 1 and 2, An oxygen reservoir bag of approximately 1400mls in volume and an approximately one metre of oxygen reservoir tubing.
8 mg/kg), followed by manual ventilation with 100% Oxygen and 3-4% Sevoflurane for an till adequate muscle relaxation was achieved.
No difficult airway predictors or difficult manual ventilation were identified during the examination of the airway; however, the patient's facial anatomy was suggestive of difficult intubation.