Cuffed vs Uncuffed Endotracheal Tubes in Young Children
Modern high-volume, low-pressure cuffs are not associated with postextubation stridor.
Concern about pressure-related subglottic injury from cuffed endotracheal tubes in young children has led to mixed recommendations and controversy about their use. Previous research with older high-pressure cuffed tubes demonstrated an unacceptably high incidence of complications, including subglottic stenosis. In a... Read more..
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