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Vol. 40. Issue 1.
Pages 60-66 (January - March 2012)
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Vol. 40. Issue 1.
Pages 60-66 (January - March 2012)
DOI: 10.1016/S0120-3347(12)70011-4
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Guía para la intubación con fibrobroncoscopio en un Hospital Universitario
Guidelines for intubation under fiberoptic bronchoscopy in a University Hospital
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F. Eduardo Lemaa,??
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lemflorez@gmail.com

Autor para correspondencia: Calle 6a # 119-140. Cali, Colombia.
, Henry Medinaa, Claudia Gonzálezb, Carlos Eduardo Hoyosc, B. Luis Alberto Tafura,??
a Médico anestesiólogo, Hospital Universitario del Valle, Universidad del Valle. Docente, Departamento de Anestesiología, Universidad del Valle. Instituto para Niños Ciegos y Sordos del Valle del Cauca, Cali, Colombia
b Médico residente de tercer año de Anestesiología, Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia
c Médico anestesiólogo, Hospital Militar, Bogotá, Colombia
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Resumen
Introducción

El recurso del fibrobroncoscopio como instrumento para la intubación traqueal es relativamente reciente en nuestro medio. Su disponibilidad es cada vez mayor y por ello los anestesiólogos deben entrenarse suficientemente en el uso de este equipo. Conocer y dominar una técnica, respetando cada uno de sus pasos, es el primer paso para la realización exitosa de un procedimiento.

Objetivo

En la presente guía se describe la técnica utilizada en para la intubación con fibrobroncoscopio en el Hospital Universitario del Valle Evaristo García.

Metodología

El artículo se basa en la revisión de la literatura, la experiencia de los autores y un foro de discusión.

Resultados

Se presenta la guía para la intubación con fibrobroncoscopio en el Hospital Universitario del Valle Evaristo García. Se describe la técnica para la construcción de una máscara para la ventilación del paciente durante el procedimiento de intubación traqueal con la utilización del fibrobroncoscopio.

Palabras clave:
Manejo de la vía aérea
Intubación
Ventilación
Guía
Abstract
Introduction

The use of fiberoptic bronchoscopy as a tool for tracheal intubation is relatively new in our setting. Its availability has been increasing, and hence the need for anesthetists to receive adequate training in the use of this device. Knowledge and mastery intuof this technique, following all the necessary steps, is the starting point for the successful performance of a procedure.

Objective

These guidelines describe the technique for intubation using the fiberoptic bronchoscope at the Evaristo García University Hospital of the Colombian Department of Valle.

Methodology

This paper is based on a review of the literature, the authors’ experience, and a discussion forum.

Results

Presentation of the guidelines for intubation using fiber optic bronchoscope at the Evaristo García University Hospital. Description of the technique for constructing a mask for patient ventilation during tracheal intubation under fiberoptic bronchoscopy.

Keywords:
Airway management
Intubation
Ventilation
Guideline
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