Dr Bashir ahmed dar associate professor medicine chinkipora sopore kashmir speaks about endotracheal intubation which is a life saving procedure when a person suffers from cardiac arrest.
My brother, Billy Anderson, was a healthy 29 year old male until Last Dec. 30th 2007. He became acutely ill, and was admitted to the hospital Jan. 6th 2008. Billy has not been home since that time. He has been in a total of 5 hospitals, being passed around without a specific diagnosis. He is now at O.U. Medical
Center in Oklahoma City, OK. Billy is gravely ill, he has lost 100 lbs since admission. He has some form of b-cell immunodeficiency, but not primary in
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infections one right after another. He has sloughed off the entire mucosal lining of his intestines. He has been in and out of ICU, intubated/extubated,
tracheostomy, at one point in the begining he was in HUS/TTP and in acute renal failure for which he rec'd dialysis for a month. The doctors are all
baffled and not sure what is wrong with Billy. They have had every test under the sun done, and ruled out numerous diseases including many rare diseases. We
have been told that this is "Billy's Disease", and that this would be written in medical journals. We need to get him admitted to different hospital. Billy
is slowly dying. We have to find an answer to help Billy overcome this illness. View his myspace page with pictures and more info at
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Shows the Pulmonx VETT for intubation.
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In this picture we have a patient with advanced incisive and micrognatism. We delayed the manipulation procedure so that they saw the format of the fold does tube, taking in bill points that relate the angle formed by the cartilage tireoide, 2 cm from extremity of of the jaw`s angle and upper lip. These points make an individualized adjustment of the fold does tube for each anatomy. The procedure of the <b>intubation</b> after the jaw adjustment`s maneuver takes 5 seg, without difficulties! ...
A video detailing how to perform an endotracheal <b>intubation</b>
How to do Endotracheal Intubation!In Children.
endotracheal intubation in an anesthetized dog
video credit: MSU-VTH
This is a video for training purposes only, explaining and showing the proper procedure for Endotracheal Intubation of an anverage adult patient. The video explains some of the things you want to think about and is a good method to develop for intubations. Enjoy.
A presentation detailing an endotracheal intubation
This involves inserting a tube through the nasal passage, into the stomach.
Courtesy of New England Journal of Medicine
Beli Mantil Medforum
Don't look at the nurse in trouble with her vein on the right ide of the video.