extubation


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Related to extubation: extubation failure, terminal extubation
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ex·tu·ba·tion

n. extubación, extracción de un tubo.
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extubation

n extubación f
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Dr Aravinci Swaminathan, the man who removed the ventilation tube, said: "I was aware of the risk involved with her extubation given her complex cardiac background.
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By using rocuronium and its reversal agents sugammadex, lidocaine, [sz]-2 agonist, epinephrine, sevoflurane, hydrocortisone, magnesium sulfate, and deep extubation, we were able to intubate smoothly and extubate successfully after the surgery without intensive care.
When extubation was done, all the patients had been conscious, haemodynamically stable, had no drainage and had <48 mmHg as PaC[O.sub.2], had a pH >7.30, >250 arterial partial oxygen pressure (Pa[O.sub.2])/Fi[O.sub.2] and had been administering dopamine <5 [micro]g [kg.sup.-1] [min.sup.-1].
The duration of MV was calculated from the time of arrival to PICU until extubation. Patients were divided into 2 groups according to MV duration: PMV group ([greater than or equal to] 72 hours) and non-PMV group ([greater than or equal to] 72 hours).
Documented evidence against the use of benzocaine-containing products states a case of a 15-month old girl, who was brought to ICU postoperatively, for weaning and extubation after she had undergone surgery and gastrostomy in the past.
Extubation failure is associated with longer periods of mechanical ventilation, longer hospital stays and increased mortality.
* Minimal Edge Lift: Tape edge lift can lead to adhesion failure, increasing the risk of extubation or dislodgement.
Objective: To compare the frequency of laryngospasm in awake versus deep extubation after intranasal surgery.
(2) Dexmedetomidine 0.75 [micro]g/kg administered fifteen minutes before extubation, stabilizes hemodynamics and facilitates smooth extubation.