How to use Intubation in a sentence

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  • In infants with pulmonary problems, tracheal intubation (an airway placed in the trachea) may be performed.

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  • Prompt administration of steroids often pre-empts the need for intubation in most cases of moderate or severe croup.

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  • The use of a rapid sequence induction technique needs be balanced against the risks of difficult intubation in chronically ill patients with poor dentition.

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  • However there is no proof that routine intubation of all very preterm babies leads to decreased morbidity.

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  • The induction of anesthesia is followed by tracheal intubation after the administration of a depolarizing muscle relaxant.

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  • Tracheal intubation is the most effective method of securing the pediatric airway.

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  • Only a few who are diagnosed require hospitalization, and less than 5 percent require intubation.

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  • Most newborns with diaphragmatic hernias require intubation and ventilation.

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  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and intubation may be necessary.

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  • If the victim's breathing has stopped or is otherwise impaired, a tube is inserted into the windpipe (trachea) to maintain the airway (endotracheal intubation).

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  • Patients with epiglottitis frequently require intubation (insertion of a breathing tube) or a tracheotomy to keep the airway open.

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