What Is Intubatıon and Why Is It Done?

What Is Intubatıon and Why Is It Done?

Release Date: 16 04 2020

Intubation is a standard procedure that involves passing a tube into a person’s airway. Doctors often perform before surgery or in emergencies to give medicine or help a person breathe.

Intubation is done because the patient cannot maintain their airway, cannot breathe on their own without assistance, or both. They may be going under anesthesia and will be unable to breathe on their own during surgery, or they may be too sick or injured to provide enough oxygen to the body without assistance.

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