April 2019

Positioning

Airway Basics: Preparation and Positioning4 Chapters

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Ian L., Dr -

So do you actually intubate at earhole ti sternal notch ie towel under head or do you shove patient fully supine and then incubate .

Jess Mason -

I intubate with the patient in the ear to sternal notch position. It's not just for preoxygenation, it also helps align the best possible view from your eye to their vocal cords.

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