Patients who are unsresponsive.
Patients who are unresponsive with an intact gag reflex.
Patients who are Apniec without an intact gag reflex
Any one over 5 ft tall
It all needs to be lubricated to ensure proper placement
Intratracheal placement may cause a complete airway obstruction.
There are no complications
The patient may have injested a caustic substance
To be extra sure
To where it looks right
To the mid section of the tube then you may advance or retract untill you get good chest rise.
Doesent matter as long as you get good chest rise
Untill the base of the connector is alighned with the teeth or gums.
Responsive patients with an intact gag reflex.
Patients with known esophageal disease.
Patients who have ingested caustic substances.
Patients under 4 feet tall
Patients under 5 feet tall
Size 1 2 and 3
Size 2 3 and 4
Size 3 4 and 5
None of the above
On the tube itself
On the inflation port
Its always 100cc like the combi-tube
Untill it looks secure
Listen for positive chest sounds
Good chest rise
Have no abdominal sounds
All of the above
Test the cuff inflation system for air leak
Test the cuff inflation system for air leak then apply water soluable lubricant to the distal cuff
Test the cuff inflation system for air leak and lubricare the whole thing
Make sure the pt is over 3ft tall
Suction above cuffs in the oral cavity if indicated
Fully deflate both cuffs before removal of the KingLT-D device
Answer A only