How To: Do a retrograde tracheal intubation

Do a retrograde tracheal intubation

How to Do a retrograde tracheal intubation

This video demonstrates how to insert an RTI to establish an emergency endotracheal airway. This procedure is done if intubation is necessary and one of the following is true: failure of conventional intubation, vocal cords are not visible, existence of upper airway pathology or the patient has severe kyphosis or cervical spondylosis.

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