Direct tracheobronchial suction for massive post-extubation atelectasis in premature infants.


UNLABELLED A prospective four-year study was done in a neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) to evaluate a technique, called direct tracheobronchial suction (DTBS), for rapidly removal of obstructive secretions from the tracheobronchial tree in newborn infants with massive post-extubation atelectasis (PEA). Selected cases who met the following criteria were… (More)


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