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Amitraz, its metabolites or solvents may contribute to a characteristic 'mothball-like' or 'dry-cleaning' odour in the poisoned patient, which is often particularly noticeable on endotracheal suctioning.
Patients in the ICU who have an ET tube are at risk of developing respiratory tract infections as a result of translocation of bacteria to the lower respiratory tract through endotracheal suctioning and patient positioning while intubated.
Endotracheal suctioning of mechanically ventilated adults and children with artificial airways.
I introduced a less invasive method of endotracheal suctioning and eventually was able to purchase marked suction catheters for the hospital where I conducted the study.
BMP's flagship product is Trach Care(R), a closed endotracheal suctioning catheter system which enables patients on ventilators to have airways suctioned clean while on ventilator support.
Amitraz and its metabolites or solvents may contribute to a characteristic 'mothball-like' or 'dry-cleaning' odour in the poisoned patient, which is often particularly noticeable on endotracheal suctioning.
4-6) Related care practices are repositioning and securing of the endotracheal tube, tracheostomy care and endotracheal suctioning.
Introduction Intubated patients need regular endotracheal suctioning to remove pulmonary secretions and maintain a patent airway.