How to use Intubated in a sentence
Mr S should have been intubated and ventilated at the scene then intravenous access secured.
The Hospital's expert thought that in the same circumstances, he would have kept Patrick under observation but not intubated him.
Nosocomial sinusitis is a common problem, occurring in up to 30% of nasally intubated patients.
The following day, he was electively intubated for airway protection and started on treatment for possible tetanus and herpes encephalitis.
He was intubated, commenced on IPPV and given surfactant.Advertisement
The patient should be intubated and ventilated with air or oxygen enriched air.
If this procedure fails, the infant can be intubated with a endotracheal tube to which the resuscitator can then be connected.
About one-third of near-drowning victims are intubated and initially need mechanical support to breathe.