Troubleshooting the Trach

March 04, 2019 00:28:51
Troubleshooting the Trach
Critical Care Perspectives in Emergency Medicine
Troubleshooting the Trach
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Show Notes

Respiratory distress in the patient with a tracheostomy can incite fear in even the most seasoned emergency physician or intensivist.  In this episode, we review the initial management of respiratory distress in the trach patient, along with a review of common tracheostomy emergencies that are likely to present to your ED or ICU.

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