Intubation

Intubation


INTUBATION

  • Submental intubation is the choice in a patient with Le-fort II, Le-fort III, & naso-ethmoid fracture
  • Difficult oral intubation may be associated with Receding lower jaw, Poor mobility of mandible & Protruding upper incisor tooth
  • Mallampatti classification is used for Inspection of oral cavity before intubation 
  • Blind nasal intubation is  indicated in  TM joint ankylosis, Impossible laryngoscopy & CSF otorrhea
  • In  severe maxillofacial trauma with low Sp02 the  immediate management is Orotracheal intubation
  • Merits of nasotracheal intubation is Good oral hygiene
  • Miller’s sign, TMJ ankylosis & Micrognathia are related to difficult intubation
  • An anaesthetist is using Mallampati classification for Inspection of oral cavity before intubation
  • TM joint ankylosis, Impossible laryngoscopy & CSF otorrhea are indication for blind nasal intubation
  • Indication for endotracheal intubation are Pulmonary toilet, Maintenance of a patent airway & To provide positive pressure ventilation 
  • RTA leading to ribs fracture producing flial chest and respiratory distress is managed with IPPV with oral intubation
  • During intubation of a child, type of endotracheal tube and blade of laryngoscope is Uncuffed tube with straight blade
  • A child presented in the casuality with fever, unconcous & papilloedema should be Intubated 
  • Endotracheal intubation reduces normal anatomical dead space
  • Laryngea Mast Airway Intubation can be done
  • During laryngoscopy and endo-tracheal intubation Flexion of the neck, Extension of Head at the atlanto-occipital joint & In a straight blade laryngoscope, the epiglottis is lifted by the tip are the maneuver to be performed
  • Nasal intubation is contra indicated in CSF Rhinorrhea
  • Both Oral and Nasal intubation are Acute Tracheo – Laryngo – bronchitis
  • Intubation dose of pancuronium is 0.08 mg/Kg
  • Suxamethonium muscle relaxants if used for endotracheal intubation might lead to cardiac arrest in patient who had extensive soft tissue and muscle injury
  • During endotracheal intubation, unilateral breath sounds, no air heard entering the stomach and no gastric distension is suggestive of entry of the endotracheal tube into Right main bronchus
  • Proper technique of endotracheal intubation involves Flexion of the neck and extension of the atlanto­occipital joint
  • Sore throat  is the most common complication related to intubation
  • Neck flexion at atlanto-occipital joint is contraindicated during endotracheal intubation
  • Injury resembling endotracheal intubation injuries is Manual strangulation
  • In infant with respiratory distress  fastest and accurate method to confirm intubation is  Capnography
  • The laryngoscope shall be held in  Left hand by a right handed person for the purpose of intubation
  • The first priority in management of a case of head injury with open fracture of shaft of femur is Intubation
  • Standard method to differentiate between endotracheal and esophageal intubation is End tidal CO2
  • Alternative to succinylcholine which muscle relaxant can be used while endotracheal intubation is Mivacurium
  • Drug used for emergency intubation is Propofol
  • Infra ocular pressure rises in Intubation & laryngoscopy
Exam Question
 
  • Submental intubation is the choice in  a  patient with Le-fort II,  Le-fort III,  & naso-ethmoid fracture
  • Difficult oral intubation may be associated with Receding lower jaw, Poor mobility of mandible & Protruding upper incisor tooth
  • Mallampatti classification is used for Inspection of oral cavity before intubation 
  • Blind nasal intubation is  indicated in  TM joint ankylosis, Impossible laryngoscopy & CSF otorrhea
  • In  severe maxillofacial trauma with low Sp02 the  immediate management is Orotracheal intubation
  • Merits of nasotracheal intubation is Good oral hygiene
  • Miller’s sign, TMJ ankylosis & Micrognathia are related to difficult intubation
  • An anaesthetist is using Mallampati classification for Inspection of oral cavity before intubation
  • TM joint ankylosis, Impossible laryngoscopy & CSF otorrhea are  indication for blind nasal intubation
  • Indication for endotracheal intubation are Pulmonary toilet, Maintenance of a patent airway & To provide positive pressure ventilation 
  • RTA leading to ribs fracture producing flial chest and respiratory distress is managed with IPPV with oral intubation
  • During intubation of a child, type of endotracheal tube and blade of laryngoscope is Uncuffed tube with straight blade
  • A child presented in the casuality with fever, unconcous & papilloedema should be Intubated 
  • Endotracheal intubation reduces normal anatomical dead space
  • Laryngea Mast Airway Intubation can be done
  • During laryngoscopy and endo-tracheal intubation  Flexion of the neck, Extension of Head at the atlanto-occipital joint & In a straight blade laryngoscope, the epiglottis is lifted by the tip are the maneuver to be performed
  • Nasal intubation is contra indicated in CSF Rhinorrhea
  • Both Oral and Nasal intubation are Acute Tracheo – Laryngo – bronchitis
  • Intubation dose of pancuronium is 0.08 mg/Kg
  • Suxamethonium muscle relaxants if used for endotracheal intubation might lead to cardiac arrest in patient who had extensive soft tissue and muscle injury
  • During endotracheal intubation, unilateral breath sounds, no air heard entering the stomach and no gastric distension is suggestive of entry of the endotracheal tube into Right main bronchus
  • Proper technique of endotracheal intubation involves Flexion of the neck and extension of the atlanto­occipital joint
  • Sore throat  is the most common complication related to intubation
  • Neck flexion at atlanto-occipital joint is contraindicated during endotracheal intubation
  • Injury resembling endotracheal intubation injuries is Manual strangulation
  • In infant with respiratory distress  fastest and accurate method to confirm intubation is  Capnography
  • The laryngoscope shall be held in Left hand by a right handed person for the purpose of intubation
  • The first priority in management of a case of head injury with open fracture of shaft of femur is Intubation
  • Standard method to differentiate between endotracheal and esophageal intubation is End tidal CO2
  • Alternative to succinylcholine which muscle relaxant can be used while endotracheal intubation is Mivacurium
  • Drug used for emergency intubation is Propofol
  • Infra ocular pressure rises in Intubation & laryngoscopy
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