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Oxygenation and Acid Base Balance During Intermittent Oxygen Jet Injection for Bronchoscopy and Laryngoscopy

  • L. Renders-Versichelen
  • G. Rolly
  • E. Stejskal
Conference paper
Part of the Anaesthesiology and Resuscitation / Anaesthesiologie und Wiederbelebung / Anesthésiologie et Réanimation book series (A+I, volume 92)

Abstract

Anaesthesia for laryngoscopies and bronchoscopies is confronted with a double problem. In fact, both anaesthesiologist and surgeon are sharing the same working area. The anaesthesiologist has to provide not only an adequate oxygenation and elimination of CO2, but also enough working-space for the surgeon and a good view of the larynx. Moreover, the larynx should not be irritated and the vocal cords must be in a complete relaxation state.

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  • L. Renders-Versichelen
  • G. Rolly
  • E. Stejskal

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