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Intubación correcta (endotraqueal) versus intubación incorrecta (esofágica) - Medical Illustration, Human Anatomy Drawing
Esta muestra de intubación ilustra con precisión la colocación correcta de un tubo endotraqueal dentro de la tráquea, a lo largo de las cuerdas vocales hacia el nivel de la carina o bifurcación de la vía respiratoria hasta los bronquios izquierdo y derecho. Al lado derecho, la ilustración muestra una intubación esofágica incorrecta que ocurre cuando el tubo se desliza por el esófago hasta el estómago.
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