endotracheal intubation

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en·do·tra·che·al in·tu·ba·tion

passage of a tube through the nose or mouth into the trachea for maintenance of the airway during anesthesia, or for ventilatory support or for maintenance of an imperiled airway.

en·do·tra·che·al in·tu·ba·tion

(endō-trākē-ăl intū-bāshŭn)
Passage of a tube through the nose or mouth into the trachea for maintenance of the airway during anesthesia or for maintenance of an imperiled airway.

en·do·tra·che·al in·tu·ba·tion

(endō-trākē-ăl intū-bāshŭn)
Passage of a tube into trachea to maintain airway during anesthesia.