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Endotracheal cuff pressure and tracheal mucosal blood flow: Endoscopic study of effects of four large volume cuffs.
Low, Mid, and High = blood flow restriction; cuff pressure at 98 (3), 121 (4), and 147 (4) mmHg.
Generalizations from these limited data include (1) an inverse relationship between cuff pressure and [O.
Variations in endotracheal cuff pressure in intubated critically ill patients: Prevalence and risk factors.
Secondary outcomes were whether the tube make or size and the place of intubation affected cuff pressure.
Nevertheless, despite the limitations, our findings suggest that finger palpation is not an accurate technique for LMA ProSeal intracuff pressure estimation, and we recommend that cuff pressure manometry should be considered a standard of care with the use of laryngeal mask airways.
This unique system, patented by CSI, takes measurements while exerting considerably lower cuff pressure during inflation.
Endotracheal tube (ETT) cuff pressure management is an essential part of airway management in intubated and mechanically ventilated patients.
Our case suggests that the cuff pressure monitoring could have avoided this complication.
10 /PRNewswire/ -- Smiths Medical, part of the global engineering business Smiths Group, announced today the launch of PressureEasy(R) Cuff Pressure Controller for endotracheal tubes.
Correct anatomical location, cuff pressure and size of the SGA will affect airway leak pressures.