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Esophageal Intubation with Subsequent Hypoxic Brain Injury
Item ID: exh43600b   Source ID: 2

Description: This medical illustration exhibit depicts a proper vs. improper endotracheal intubation in a pregnant mother, resulting in fetal and maternal hypoxia injury (deprivation of oxygen to the brain). The upper image shows the placement of the endotracheal tube within the trachea (windpipe). The lower image pictures the endotracheal tube within the esophagus, resulting in an... More

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This medical illustration exhibit depicts a proper vs. improper endotracheal intubation in a pregnant mother, resulting in fetal and maternal hypoxia injury (deprivation of oxygen to the brain). The upper image shows the placement of the endotracheal tube within the trachea (windpipe). The lower image pictures the endotracheal tube within the esophagus, resulting in an inflated stomach and a critical lack of oxygenation to the brain of the mother and baby.

Max Image Size: 2712 pixels wide by 1848 pixels high


 
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