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10 Cards in this Set

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what techniques ensure that the tongue does not obstruct the airway.
head extension,chin lift jaw thrust insert a guedel airway.
what abnormalities may be present within the oral cavity.
large tonsils,rotten teeth,inflammation of the tissue, tumours and jewellery.
name five types of airways.
laryngeal mask, endotracheal tube, guedel airway, nasel tube re enforced laryngeal mask.
what is the difference between the mcoys blade and the mcintosh blade
the mcoys is rigid the mcintosh has a movable tip on the end of it and is used in emergency e,n,t, and obstetrics.
what are the contr indications for using a laryngascope with the straight blade attached.
it could irritate the vagus nerve and cause bradychardia
(a drop in the heart rate)
what extra equipment would be required when using the nasel intubation.
the correct nasel tube mgills forceps and sometimes a throat pack.
what size mask would a neonatal with the weight of up to 5kg have
size 1 with 4mls of inflation volume.
what size l m a would be for paediatric weighing 5kg,10kg.
size 1.5 with n inflation volume of 7ml.
what size mask would a paediatric have who weighs 10kg-20kg.
size 2 withan inflation volume of 10ml
what size mask would a paediatric weighing 20,30kg
size 2.5 with a inflation volume of 14ml