ventilation with a novel ejector-based device (Ventrain) in open, partly obstructed, or totally closed upper airways in pigs[dagger].
Natural orifice total transtracheal
endoscopic thyroidectomy surgery: first reported experiment.
Acceptible samples include fluid from a transtracheal
wash or bronchial alveolar lavage, nasal swabs, or throat swabs.
block was given with 3 ml of 4% lignocaine.
baumannii isolation were associated with wound swab (23.3%) and transtracheal
Cytology Specimen Types and Collection Techniques Based on Location of the Lesion Specimen Type and Collection Technique Site of Lesion Sputum, BW, BB Proximal mucosal lesion TBNA or transtracheal
Proximal submucosal lesion FNA with (EBUS) or Peribronchial, tracheal, without guidance carinal lesion Mediastinal lesion TTNA, BB, BAL Peripherally located parenchymal lesion Abbreviations: BAL, bronchoalveolar lavage; BB, bronchial brushing; BW, bronchial washing; EBUS, endobronchial ultrasound; FNA, fine-needle aspiration; TBNA, transbronchial needle aspiration; TTNA, transthoracic needle aspiration.
Effective inspired oxygen concentration measured via transtracheal
and oral gas analysis.
For these patients who were previously diagnosed or had recently been diagnosed with CHD, acute phase reactants, postero-anterior chest X-rays, bacterial culture of transtracheal
aspirate, respiratory virus panel (with multiplex polimerase chain reaction) from nasopharyngeal swab were examined.
Previous studies reported that the most common bacteria identified in mediastinal abscess were of oropharyngeal origin, such as Klebsiella pneumoniae, Actinomyces , hemolytic Streptococcu s, and Streptococcus intermedius , suggesting that the translocation of oral and nasopharyngeal bacteria to deep mediastinal tissues through the transbronchial or transtracheal
passage of the needle were the most possible causes of mediastinitis or mediastinal abscess. In addition, the infection may also be caused by bacteremia spread through the punctured wound.
and cricothyrotomy airway devices for emergency use: which are appropriate for infants and children?
A total of thirty mice were treated to which intraperitoneal anesthesia was applied with Dormi-Xyl[R] 2 (Agrovet Market Animal Health-30 mL); 0.15mL/kg of mouse and a single dose via transtracheal
of 100 [micro]L of the ash diluted in PBS was administered and 100 [micro]L PBS for the control group.
Tubeless techniques include intermittent apnoeic ventilation, supraglottic or transtracheal
jet ventilation via a catheter, and THRIVE.