It is probable that slight cases of stenosis can be treated better by intubation than by thyrotomy.
His conduct with regard to the teaching of intubation was especially admirable.
intubation or tracheotomy may be called for on account of sudden urgent dyspnœa or of increasing stenosis.
If suffocation is imminent, tracheotomy or intubation is called for.
Dr. O'Dwyer's originality in the invention of intubation has sometimes been doubted.
Under these conditions it is advisable to consider the removal of the tracheotomy tube in favour of intubation.
intubation, or the passage of a cannula through a stricture, is referred to later.
It has been claimed that intubation gives better results in children under five.
(iii) In chronic stenosis, intubation is now extensively employed.
A case of intubation requires more personal attention than one of tracheotomy.
intubate in·tu·bate (ĭn'tōō-bāt', -tyōō-)
v. in·tu·bat·ed, in·tu·bat·ing, in·tu·bates
To insert a tube into a hollow organ or body passage.