Detectors, Esophageal Intubation, Exhaled Carbon Dioxide

Definition : Esophageal intubation detectors designed to determine the presence of exhaled carbon dioxide (i.e., end-tidal carbon dioxide) in intubated patients. Most detectors consist of a pH-sensitive device that changes color when it comes in contact with carbon dioxide. These detectors are used in healthcare facilities and in the field to detect esophageal intubation, which prevents patient ventilation and may be fatal if not discovered in time.

Entry Terms : "End-Tidal Carbon Dioxide Detectors" , "End-Tidal Carbon Dioxide Esophageal Intubation Detectors" , "Colorimetric Esophageal Intubation Detectors" , "Exhaled Carbon Dioxide Esophageal Intubation Detectors" , "Carbon Dioxide Detectors, Exhaled Gas"

UMDC code : 17614

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