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Problems of the Esophagus

Problems of the Esophagus

Problems of the Esophagus. Carla Sommardahl, DVM, PhD, DACVIM Assistant Professor. Normal Anatomy. Common and not so common problems. Choke – esophageal obstruction with feed material Foreign body obstruction/irritation Esophagitis Megaesophagus Congenital Disorders. Early Signs of Choke.

By Leo
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ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION

ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION

ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION. NEONATAL FLOW ALGORITHM. BIRTH. Approximate Time. Term gestation? Amnlotic fluid clear? Breathing or crying? Good muscle tone?u. Routine Care Provide warmth Clear airway if needed Dry Assess color. Yes. No. 30 sec. Provide warmth

By libitha
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Neonatal Surgical Issues (Part 1)

Neonatal Surgical Issues (Part 1)

Neonatal Surgical Issues (Part 1). Sue Ann Smith, MD Neonatologist. An anatomic survey. Head and Neck lesions Chest lesions Abdomen Abdominal wall defects and infection. The Nose. Choanal atresia – bilateral atresia Respiratory distress resolves with crying

By rodd
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Cot SURGICAL SUCTION

Cot SURGICAL SUCTION

Cot SURGICAL SUCTION. Sep-T-Vac Collection systems Yankauers Connecting tubes Suction Catheters Devon. Surgical Suction Objectives. Operating Room: To remove biological fluids and clean the operating field during and after surgical procedures and after

By ziarre
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Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Respiratory Distress Syndrome

Respiratory Distress Syndrome . By Dr. Nahed Al- Nagger. Learning Objectives. Define RDS or HMD. List the causes of Respiratory Distress Syndrome (RDS). State the predisposing factors. Discuss pathophysiology of hyaline membrane disease (HMD). Learning Objectives.

By anthea
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“If Your Ambulatory Surgery Unit Was an Airplane, Would You Take Off In It?” Presented by Sharon L Groves, BSN, MSA, AR

“If Your Ambulatory Surgery Unit Was an Airplane, Would You Take Off In It?” Presented by Sharon L Groves, BSN, MSA, AR

“If Your Ambulatory Surgery Unit Was an Airplane, Would You Take Off In It?” Presented by Sharon L Groves, BSN, MSA, ARM, ASHRM, CPHRM Berkley Medical. Objectives. Topics. Fire prevention Prevention of post-operative infection Patient fall in the ASC

By red
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Intraoperative Hypoxia During Thoracic Surgery

Intraoperative Hypoxia During Thoracic Surgery

Intraoperative Hypoxia During Thoracic Surgery. Tarek Ashoor. Objectives. Shunting and its significance. Alveolar dead space . Physiology of LDP. HPV and the factors affecting it. Causes of hypoxia in one lung ventilation. How to manage them. Introduction . Shunting is :

By season
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The Premature Infant: Nursing Assessment and Management , 2nd Edition

The Premature Infant: Nursing Assessment and Management , 2nd Edition

The Premature Infant: Nursing Assessment and Management , 2nd Edition. Lyn E. Vargo, PhD, NNP, RNC Carol Wiltgen Trotter, PhD, NNP, RNC Slides prepared by Margaret Comerford Freda, EdD, RN, CHES, FAAN. March of Dimes Objective. Healthy People Objective. Preterm Births United States.

By sibley
(503 views)

Executive Summary(4)

Executive Summary(4)

Executive Summary(4). A shorter duration of ABx therapy ( 7 to 8 days ): recommended for - uncomplicated HAP, VAP, or HCAP - with initially appropriate therapy - a good clinical response - with no evidence of infection with non- fermenting gram-negative bacilli.

By eyad
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Case presentation: Eclampsia

Case presentation: Eclampsia

Case presentation: Eclampsia. By R2 王鎮華. Brief history . A 30y/o female G1P0, GA:33+ weeks Hypertension and proteinuria since AP 11 w Prenatal examination at a local clinic. Brief history. Dyspnea occurred 2 days ago Dyspnea recurred with conscious change

By raimundo
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Bougie ET introducer

Bougie ET introducer

Bougie ET introducer. Clinical Indications: Patients meet clinical indications for oral intubation Initial intubation attempt(s) unsuccessful Predicted difficult intubation Contraindications: Three attempts at orotracheal intubation (utilize failed airway protocol)

By verne
(217 views)

NRP 6 th Edition…Teaching the Course

NRP 6 th Edition…Teaching the Course

NRP 6 th Edition…Teaching the Course. Major problems with current NRP teaching methods -. A “perfect” score does not help the learner. We often learn best from our mistakes. Simulation allows us to push learners to fail in difficult situations and learn from these failures.

By zinna
(731 views)

Principles of Mechanical Ventilation

Principles of Mechanical Ventilation

Principles of Mechanical Ventilation. RET 2284 Module 1.0 Spontaneous Breathing vs. Negative / Positive Pressure Ventilation. Spontaneous Breathing. Ventilation and Respiration Spontaneous Breathing or Spontaneous Ventilation The movement of air into and out of the lungs Main Purpose

By declan
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MANAGING A CODE BLUE

MANAGING A CODE BLUE

MANAGING A CODE BLUE. ANTOINETTE SPEVETZ, MD GREG STAMAN, RN SEPTEMBER 3, 2010. ACLS ALGORYTHM:. ACLS.

By myrrh
(220 views)

Respiratory disorders

Respiratory disorders

Respiratory disorders. BY : DR . SANJEEV. Intercostal recession. Subcostal retraction . Fig : . Causes of Accessory muscle use. Respiratory distress syndrome Airway obstruction Asthma Emphysema Pneumonia Postoperative respiratory failure Pulmonary edema Pulmonary embolism

By glenys
(740 views)

INTUBATION REVIEW

INTUBATION REVIEW

INTUBATION REVIEW. SFC HILL. Advantages/Complications of Tracheal Intubation. Advantages of tracheal intubations:. Airway patency Protects the airway Maintains patency during positioning Control of ventilation

By onan
(277 views)

Associated professor Masyuta D.I.

Associated professor Masyuta D.I.

M.Gorky Donetsk National Medical University Department No. 2 of Pediatrics Head of the Department Dr. Churilina A.V., Ph.D. RESPIRATORY FAILURE IN CHILDREN. Associated professor Masyuta D.I. RESPIRATORY FAILURE. Respiratory failure is defined by alterations in the arterial PO 2 and PCO 2 .

By nerys
(169 views)

Treating preterm infants with Surfactant: an overview of application techniques and results Angela Kribs, Children‘s Ho

Treating preterm infants with Surfactant: an overview of application techniques and results Angela Kribs, Children‘s Ho

Treating preterm infants with Surfactant: an overview of application techniques and results Angela Kribs, Children‘s Hospital, University of Cologne. Classical way: endotracheal intubation and application of surfactant via endotracheal tube

By uriel
(879 views)

NEUROSURGICAL ANESTHESIA

NEUROSURGICAL ANESTHESIA

NEUROSURGICAL ANESTHESIA. ma_attari@med.mui.ac.ir. Pathophysiology Of Intracranial Hypertension:. Intracranial pressure-volume relationship. Schematic representation of various herniation pathways: (1) subfalcine , (2) uncal ( transtentorial ), (3) cerebellar , and (4) transcalvarial .

By nishan
(177 views)

Forward Looking Information

Forward Looking Information

Forward Looking Information. Except for historical information discussed, the statements made today are forward-looking statements that involve risks and uncertainties. Investors are cautioned that such statements are only predictions and that actual events or results may differ materially.

By markku
(64 views)

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