The Effect of the Duration of Pre-Oxygenation before Endotracheal Suction on Hemodynamic Symptoms.

@article{Tavangar2016TheEO,
  title={The Effect of the Duration of Pre-Oxygenation before Endotracheal Suction on Hemodynamic Symptoms.},
  author={Hossein Tavangar and Mostafa Javadi and Saeed Sobhanian and Fatemeh Forozan Jahromi},
  journal={Global journal of health science},
  year={2016},
  volume={9 2},
  pages={59093}
}
BACKGROUND Hypoxia and hypoxemia are among the most common complications of endotracheal suctioning. These complications are often mitigated by the administration of oxygen 100% prior to endotracheal suction. Although several studies have supported the application of this method, none have yet specified the exact duration of pre-oxygenation required to be performed before endotracheal suction. The present study was therefore conducted to determine the effect of the duration of pre-oxygenation… CONTINUE READING

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