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  • […] the bedside; report signs of infection and copious secretions if it occurs in the the first 72 hr after surgery, it is an emergency because the tracheostomy tract has not matured and replacement may be difficult; always have an additional staff member present[quizlet.com]
  • However, the summary of results presented here can help clinicians to identify children with more severe conditions.[cochrane.org]
  • Several limitations of the present trial warrant consideration.[nejm.org]
  • ST-elevation myocardial infarction (STEMI) patients who used supplemental oxygen therapy showed an increase in myocardial injury and major cardiac arrhythmia, compared to those who did not use oxygen, according to results of the AVOID trial presented[acc.org]
  • When the oxygen diffuses across the alveolar-capillary membrane into the bloodstream, the nitrogen is no longer present to distend the alveoli (called a nitrogen washout).[opentextbc.ca]


  • […] every 8 hrs; oral hygiene done every 2 hrs; reposition the client every 2hr to prevent atelectasis and pneumonia; keep an emergency tracheostomy tube (one size smaller) at the bedside; report signs of infection and copious secretions if it occurs in the[quizlet.com]
  • This reduction in alveolar volume results in a form of collapse called absorption atelectasis . This situation also causes an increase in the physiologic shunt and resulting hypoxemia.[opentextbc.ca]
  • Respiratory depression, oxygen toxicity, and absorption atelectasis are the most serious complications of oxygen overuse.[surgeryencyclopedia.com]


  • These treatments do not work for all cluster headache patients, and patients who smoke may eventually develop contraindication to triptans. New treatment options are needed.[clinicaltrials.gov]
  • High-flow oxygen for treatment of cluster headache: A randomized trial. JAMA, 302(22): 2451–2457. Credits By Healthwise Staff Primary Medical Reviewer Anne C.[healthmedicinet.com]
  • […] hundred twenty six cases of Pneumatosis Cystoides Intestinalis were reported during the last 12 years in our contry and resection of the intestine was performed on 32 cases, oxygen therapy was performed on 42 cases and the other 32 cases healed without treatment[jstage.jst.go.jp]
  • It can be added to any spa treatment, or you can stop by for an a la carte Oxygen Boost whenever you need to![skincarebutik.com]
  • 1 hr before or 2 hr after meals and at bedtime to decrease the likelihood of vomiting or aspirating; administer a bronchodilator medication or nebulizer treatment prior to postural drainage if prescribed; offer an emesis basin and facial tissues Positioning[quizlet.com]


  • Collapse was witnessed for all patients; 4 patients (80%) had received bystander-performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation, 4 patients (80%) were initially in ventricular fibrillation, and 4 patients (80%) had a cardiac etiology.[upload.umin.ac.jp]


  • […] combustion and oxygen toxicity Nursing Actions to prevent combustion Place "No Smoking" or "Oxygen in Use" signs to alert others of the fire hazard. Know where the closest fire extinguisher is located.[quizlet.com]
  • Oxygen also may be combined with preventive medicines to reduce how often you get headaches. Oxygen may increase the risk of fire if it is used near an open flame.[healthmedicinet.com]
  • (Select all that apply.) rinse and expectorate after administration to prevent oral fungal infection; take a quick, deep inhalation from the device to administer the medication into the lungs A nurse is assessing a child.[quizlet.com]
  • Your Benefit The multi-step oxygen therapy is not only to fight but also to prevent disease. It reduces stress and prevents the negative long-term consequences.[dr-kleef.at]
  • Hypoglycemia can also contribute to the risk but careful monitoring of the patient’s food intake can usually prevent this being a factor.[news-medical.net]

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