The vast majority of the patients admitted in the general ICU present with respiratory problems as primary pathology and thus skilful management of the airways is indispensable for medical staff.


Tracheal Intubation Airway Management Tracheal Tube Tracheal Stenosis Percutaneous Dilatational Tracheostomy 
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