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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In a study of 25 pediatric patients undergoing general anesthesia with orotracheal intubation, researchers found that ORi helped clinicians identify impending desaturation a median of 31.
Pharyngeal injury during a difficult orotracheal intubation in a new born infant.
A study of orotracheal intubation in emergency departments of five district hospitals in Hong Kong.
Intubation of trauma victim is best achieved via rapid sequence induction of anaesthesia and orotracheal intubation.
The devices used for maintaining the airway include a Guedel cannula, nasopharyngeal cannula and, when general anesthesia is used, a laryngeal mask and orotracheal tube (5).
The Gray-Rode technique of securing a naso- or orotracheal tube has proved an indispensable method for patients requiring frequent positional changes and when surgery to the face and head was required.
Airway length in adults: estimation of the optimal endotracheal tube length for orotracheal intubation.
About the optimal length of insertion of the orotracheal tube in adults, all of the following statements are true, except for:
After removal of the TT, orotracheal intubation with endotracheal tube (ET) size 8.
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