Airway Evaluation and Management - Mask Airway

Airway Evaluation and Management - Mask Airway is a topic covered in the Clinical Anesthesia Procedures.

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Indications

Indications

  1. To preoxygenate (denitrogenate) a patient before endotracheal intubation
  2. To assist or control ventilation as part of initial resuscitation before an ETT is placed
  3. To provide inhalation anesthesia in patients not at risk for regurgitation of gastric contents

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Indications

Indications

  1. To preoxygenate (denitrogenate) a patient before endotracheal intubation
  2. To assist or control ventilation as part of initial resuscitation before an ETT is placed
  3. To provide inhalation anesthesia in patients not at risk for regurgitation of gastric contents

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