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Intubação Correta (Endotraqueal) vs. Incorreta (Esofágica) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing, Anatomy Illustration



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1/26/21
Intubação Correta (Endotraqueal) vs. Incorreta (Esofágica) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
 
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Intubação Correta (Endotraqueal) vs. Incorreta (Esofágica) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta mostra sobre intubação descreve precisamente o correto posicionamento de um tubo endotraqueal na traquéia, além das cordas vocais até o nível da carina, ou bifurcação da via aérea nos brônquios direito e esquerdo. À direita, as ilustrações mostram intubação esofágica incorreta que ocorre quando o tubo é inserido no esôfago em direção ao estômago.

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