orotracheal

orotracheal

/oro·tra·che·al/ (-tra´ke-al) pertaining to the mouth and trachea.

orotracheal

(or″ō-trā′kē-ăl)
Pert. to the passageway between the mouth and the trachea.

orotracheal

pertaining to the mouth and trachea.
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The effect of remifentanil on the bispectral index change and hemodynamic responses after orotracheal intubation.
After closure of the surgical field, a flexible laryngoscope was placed through the orotracheal tube to visualize the vocal folds.
This edition has expanded chapters on pain and pain management, fluid therapy, and monitoring, and new chapters on orotracheal intubation, perioperative hypothermia, and anesthetic techniques in camelids.
A meta-analysis of prehospital airway control techniques part I: Orotracheal and nasotracheal intubation success rates.
The earliest known orotracheal intubation for anaesthesia and surgery was performed by Sir William Macewen (1848 to 1924) in 1878 (9).
Comment: Postoperative sore throat is a complication of orotracheal intubation.
These two defects prevented occlusion test of the fenestration and general anesthesia was used and orotracheal intubation with endocarditis prophylaxis 1 gr sephazolin.
Daily nasal endoscopy findings showed progressive supraglottic soft tissue oedema, worsening necrosis, pooling of saliva and diminishing air leak around the orotracheal tube.
02) was administered, immediately followed by orotracheal intubation initiating 2-3% isoflurane with 2 L/min oxygen flow.
Strategies to prevent VAP Physical strategies * Strict infection control, including hand hygiene with alcohol-based hand disinfectants, gowning and gloving minimises person-to-person transmission of pathogens (3) * Adequate ICU staffing (24) * Minimise endotracheal intubation where possible (3) * Orotracheal route preferred to nasotracheal route (17) * Maintenance of orotracheal cuff pressure >20cm [H.
He was found at home by the local Emergency Medical Service (EMS) in respiratory distress and shock and required immediate orotracheal intubation for mechanical ventilation.
Among the recollections of intensive care patients the most annoying things are the presence of the orotracheal tube, the various attending staff activities and noise.