Oral-Nasal Suctioning ORAL-NASAL SUCTIONING I. GENERAL INFORMATION A. Purpose: To maintain a patent airway by removing mucous secretions and all ... Down
Oral Suctioning Purpose: To remove oral secretions when the patient is unable to do it on their own. Supplies You Will Need: Suction Machine Connecting Tubing ... Down
LESSON 4 ORAL, NASOPHARYNGEAL, AND NASOTRACHEAL SUCTIONING. 4-1. SUCTIONING a. Suctioning is a common nursing activity performed for the purpose of ... Down
LESSON 4 ORAL, NASOPHARYNGEAL, AND NASOTRACHEAL SUCTIONING. 4-1. SUCTIONING a. Suctioning is a common nursing activity performed for the purpose ofwww.sweethaven02.com/PDF_Health/MD542les04.pdf
several deep breaths before suctioning. 10. Insert the catheter through the nose or endotracheal tube to the point of restriction without applying suction.www.sh.lsuhsc.edu/cps/pandp/7.16.pdf
ORAL SUCTION Your doctor, nurse ... it should remain “ON” and in place during oral suctioning. If instructed to do so, ... have the patient take several deep breaths.www.medgroup.com/MIVA/PDF/EN/Oral-Suction.pdf
Chapter 35: Performing Oropharyngeal and Nasopharyngeal Suctioning Check (9) Yes or No ... slow deep breaths. If the patient’s oxygen saturation is <people.westminstercollege.edu/students/ncb0708/Program%20Files/FA...