Tracheal intubation is paramount for the survival of any anesthetized patient. To maintain life under general anesthesia (including profound sedation) an anesthesiologist must have access to the two lines of life—that is to say, access to the vascular space and respiratory tract. Without access to either one of these lines of life, the risks of the anesthesia increase exponentially. If you are performing profound sedation or general anesthesia, you must be trained on the basics of orotracheal...
|Publication status||Published - 21 Jan 2014|
|Event||North American Veterinary Conference - Gaylord Hotel, Orlando, Florida USA, United States|
Duration: 18 Jan 2014 → 22 Jan 2014
|Conference||North American Veterinary Conference|
|City||Orlando, Florida USA|
|Period||18/01/14 → 22/01/14|