endobronchial

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in·tra·bron·chi·al

(in'tră-brong'kē-ăl),
Within the bronchi or bronchial tubes.
Synonym(s): endobronchial

endobronchial

/en·do·bron·chi·al/ (en″do-brong´ke-al) within a bronchus or bronchi.

endobronchial

pertaining to or emanating from the lining of the bronchi.

endobronchial intubation
incorrect positioning of an endotracheal tube; a cause of inadequate delivery of gaseous anesthesia, hyperventilation, hypoxia and cyanosis.
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The study showed that the risk of endobronchial intubation is increased in patients whose airway length is relatively short if we determine the depth of intubation using the conventional method.
1,2) Endobronchial intubation is the most common critical incident that can cause arterial desaturation during orotracheal intubation.
After endobronchial intubation, the EBUS-TBNA scope is positioned at the approximate location of the target lymph node or paratrachial tumor.
Medical aids (oxygen metering system with masks, oxygen humidifiers, oxygen systems with nasal cannulas, respiratory filters, anesthetic masks, laryngeal masks, compact masks, kolostominiai sets, endobronchial intubation tubes, etc.
Bilateral auscultation of the chest can be done to identify and prevent possible endobronchial intubation.
A further 1 cm distal advancement resulted in greatly diminished left lung ventilation, confirming endobronchial intubation.
Therefore, the preformed tubes have a higher chance of endobronchial intubation and care should be taken to avoid this complication.
The cardiovascular responses to double lumen endobronchial intubation and the effect of esmolol.
Suspecting right endobronchial intubation, ETT was pulled out and fixed at 19 cm at the level of central incisors.
Medical aids (oxygen metering system with masks, oxygen humidifier, oxygen nasal cannulas, with the system, respiratory filters, anesthetic masks, laryngeal masks, masks a compact, kolostominiai sets, endobronchial intubation tubes, etc.
Selective endobronchial intubation requires a smaller endotracheal tube than that which would be placed in the usual tracheal position.
However, for the less experienced anaesthetist, and in cases where airway problems may be expected, it is important to emphasise that endobronchial intubation and one-lung ventilation (OLV) may substantially add to the risks of anaesthesia resulting from trauma to the airways and failure of ventilation.