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1. Rapid Review
Key Steps in a Trach Emergency
The most common airway emergency for tracheostomy patients is obstruction. Your goal is to relieve that obstruction and thus resolve the problem. To do this you will need to understand the device, and the steps you need to take for identifying and relieving any obstruction.
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2. Full Video – Obstruction
What to do for a Patient With An Obstructed Trach
Tracheostomy patients in respiratory distress most commonly have an obstruction of their device. Knowing what to do and how to manage this quickly and efficiently is key. Dr Kelly Cranes dives into this in more detail in the video below 👇
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Guided Practice 1 – Audio
Guided Practice 2 – Audio
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