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Emergency intubation in the surgery ward

I work in a tertiary care hospital with a lot of gut surgery. Our surgeons have a dedicated team to oesophageal and upper GI surgery. And these surgeries are prone to respiratory complications. We, anesthesiologists and critical care physicans face the need for intubation in these patients. The risk for aspiration pneumonia is high in […] Continuer la lecture

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