Transtracheal Resustcitation; an Experimental Study in Dogs.


Previous experimental studies of the use of a large bore needle for transtracheal resuscitation have shown that arterial oxygen saturation can be maintained at satisfactory levels. Accumulation of carbon dioxide and subsequent fall of arterial pH has been the limiting factor in this mode of resuscitation. The present study was undertaken to demonstrate… (More)


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