Airway management - respiratory failure, Biology

Airway Management

To improved ventilation, suctioning, IPPB, Ultrasonic mist therapy and postural drainage with clapping and vibrating are all employed to halt the progress of insufficiency. If these are not sufficient, then artificial airway. 

For short-tem-endotracheal incubation. An endotacheal. 

Tube is passed through either the nose or mouth into the trachea. 

For long-term-If the artificial airway is to be maintained for a prolonged period of time, a tracheostomy is to be done and a tracheostomy tube is inserted. (For care of patient with incubation and tracheostomy.

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