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Airway Upper Airway Anatomy Lower Airway Anatomy Lung Capacities/Volumes Pediatric Airway Differences Anatomy of the Upper Airway Upper Airway Anatomy Functions warm, filter, and humidify air Nasal c
Simple . MANOEUVRES . save lives. Airway management. © BASICS . Education . March 2019. Open Airway, C-spine and O. 2. NPA. OPA. . Supraglotal airway. Surgical Airway . Objectives: the airway ladder.
Part 3. Airway Clearance. Parts of Module A. AIRWAY MANAGEMENT. Part 1. – . Pharyngeal, Laryngeal & Esophageal Airways. Part 2. – . Tracheal Airways. Part 3. – . Airway Clearance. Part 4.
Lecture . 4. The Pediatric Airway. Jeffrey M. Elder, M.D.. Deputy Medical Director. Challenges of the Pediatric Airway. Age related dosing and equipment. Anatomical Variations based on age. Anxiety of a sick child.
Oxygenation and Bag-Mask Ventilation. Jeffrey M. Elder, M.D.. Deputy Medical Director. You Must Become and Expert!. 100% . Nonrebreather. ??. What is the Fi02 that this device will deliver to your patient?.
Provide rescue breathing for respiratory arrest victims . Describe the technique for relief of foreign body airway obstruction for an adult, child, infant. Part I: mouth-to-mouth breaths. Part II: rescue breathing.
. Dr Andrew . McKechnie. Dr. . Jay Dasan. Kings College Hospital, London. Background. Kings . College Hospital is a large tertiary referral hospital dealing with a wide variety of patients who present with airway problems in a number of clinical areas.
Presented By: Danyel Dorn RN, MSN, CPN, Clinical Nurse Educator-Pediatric Service Line. Purpose. The perianesthesia registered nurse caring for the pediatric patient must have the ability to quickly detect and respond appropriately to airway emergencies. .
. Dr. . Sudeep. K.C.. TRACHEOSTOMY:. It is making an opening in anterior wall of trachea and converting it into stoma on the skin surface.. FUNCTIONS OF TRACHEOSTOMY:. Alternative pathway for breathing..
and. CODE AIRWAY. New Clinical Approaches for Difficult Airway Situations. 10:31:2016. Supported By: . Patient Safety, Respiratory Therapy, Critical Care, Professional Development Specialists, Rapid Response Team, Intensivists, Anesthesia, Trauma Surgeons, ENT.
Predicting the Difficult Airway. Jeffrey M. Elder, M.D.. Deputy Medical Director. When To Intubate?. Failure to maintain/protect the airway. Required for successful oxygenation and ventilation. Reflexes avoid aspiration.