Chest drain: Removal
Heat and moisture exchanger for a laryngectomy.
Non‐invasive ventilation (NIV) helmet.
A chest drain and underwater seal bottle are used to drain a left pleural effusion.
Underwater chest drainage system.
Chest drain on suction.
Portex® Blue Line Ultra® Sucationaid tracheostomy tube.
Portex® Uniperc® adjustable flange tracheostomy tube with Soft Seal® cuff and inner cannula.
Tracheal suction using a fine‐bore suction catheter.
Assessing for signs of life.
Feeling the carotid pulse.
Two people ventilating a patient with a bag valve mask.
Biaxillary position of self‐adhesive electrodes.
The pillars of patient blood management.
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Sizing an oropharyngeal airway.
The major respiratory organs in relation to surrounding structures.
Source : Marieb and Hoehn ( ).
Heat and moisture exchanger for a ventilation circuit.
Continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) bellows.
The relationship between the pleural membranes, chest wall and lungs.
Ambulatory chest drain bag with Heimlich valve.
(a) Anatomy of the head and neck. (b) Tracheostomy. (c) Laryngectomy.
Cuff pressure manometer.
Uncuffed tracheostomy tube in situ .
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(a) Jackson silver tube. (b) Negus silver tube.
Oral suction using a Yankauer suction tip.
Larnyngectomy devices. (a) Laryngecomy tube. (b) Baseplate. (c) Filter cassette. (d) Stoma covers. (e) Shower aid. (f) Tilley's forceps.
Head tilt, chin lift.
Correct hand and arm position for chest compressions.
Two people ventilating a patient using a Mapleson C system.
Vital steps involved in the transfusion of blood components.
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Transfusion‐associated circulatory overload (TACO) safety checklist.
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Insertion of an oropharyngeal airway.
Gas movement in the body is facilitated by partial pressure differences. Top of figure illustrates pressure gradients that facilitate oxygen (O 2 ) an...
Reservoir mask (non‐rebreathe mask).
High‐flow oxygen via a nasal cannula.
Positive end‐expiratory pressure (PEEP) valves.
Large‐bore chest drain.
Triangle of safety.
Source : Laws et al. ( ). Reproduced with permission of BMJ Publishing Group, Ltd.
H‐shaped securing tape.
(a) Emergency tracheostomy management algorithm. (b) Emergency laryngectomy management algorithm.
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Cuffed tracheostomy tube in situ .
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Portex® uncuffed fenestrated tracheostomy tubes with red inner tube to highlight that the inner tube is also fenestrated.
Rusch speaking valve.
Components of a closed‐circuit catheter. The control valve locks the vacuum on or off. The catheter is protected inside an airtight sleeve. A T‐piece ...
Red rubber tube, base plate with a heat and moisture exchanger, and a laryngectomy tube.
Pocket mask with oxygen port.
Standard position of self‐adhesive electrodes.
Cumulative data for SHOT categories 1996 to 2017, n = 19,815.
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A guide to the necessary elements of blood pack labelling.
Correct placement of an oropharyngeal airway.
Oxyhaemoglobin dissociation curve. With a PaO 2 of 8 kPa and more, saturations will remain high (flat portion of curve). The middle red line is the n...
Heat and moisture exchanger for a tracheostomy tube. (a) Swedish nose. (b) Trachphone.
Non‐invasive ventilation (NIV) patient interfaces.
Nasopharyngeal airway and safety pin.
(a) Pigtail drain with (b) magnification of the end.
Alternative positions for chest drain insertion. (a) Supine on the bed with the arm on the affected side placed behind the head away from the chest wa...
High‐volume, low‐pressure suction unit (thoracic suction adaptor).
Bed signage. (a) Tracheostomy. (b) Laryngectomy.
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Portex® Blue Line Ultra® tracheostomy tube shown with introducer.
Fenestrated uncuffed tube in situ .
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Passy Muir valve
Tracheostomy inner tube change.
Cardiac arrest rhythms. (a) Asystole: non‐shockable. (b) Pulseless electrical activity (PEA): non‐shockable. (c) Pulseless ventricular tachycardia (VT...
(a) Assisting the patient into the recovery position. (b) The patient in the recovery position.
Mask with one‐way valve over patient's nose and mouth and rescuer giving breath.
Anteroposterior position of self‐adhesive electrodes.
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Checking the compatibility label or tie‐on tag against the patient's wristband.