Airway ignition during CO2 laser laryngeal surgery and high frequency jet ventilation.

@article{Santos2000AirwayID,
  title={Airway ignition during CO2 laser laryngeal surgery and high frequency jet ventilation.},
  author={Pedro Paulo Santos and A. Cabrejas Ayuso and Maite Luis and Guillermo Oller Martinez and Xavier Su{\~n}ol Sala},
  journal={European journal of anaesthesiology},
  year={2000},
  volume={17 3},
  pages={
          204-7
        }
}
We present a case of a patient submitted for extirpation of a neoplasm of the larynx, by means of carbon dioxide laser surgery. High frequency jet ventilation was applied by means of orotracheal intubation with two Teflon catheters, 2 mm in external diameter and 30 cm in length, attached with three equally placed strips of adhesive paper tape. One catheter was used to inject the jet volume and the other used to measure the airway pressure. The adhesive strips were moistened and FiO2 was lower… CONTINUE READING
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