December 5, 2012
Chest XR, Devices, Non-Trauma, Respiratory, XR
For all those beginning their career here’s a post-intubation chest XR. Can you identify the end of the endotracheal tube? Is it in good position?
Answer to follow.
Author: Russell Jones, MD
EMREMS: Radiology in Emergency Medicine
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[...] 1. The ETT tube is slightly high, this was corrected (see Post Intubation Eval) [...]
[...] The post intubation X-ray is vitally important to ensure correct position of lines and tubes. You up for the challenge in this post intubation eval case? [...]
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