intubation

Curious George Goes to The Podium

2023-10-30T08:53:56-05:00

Nose Cone vs Intubated Ventilation During Open Chest Surgery in Rats – Nina Krutrök, AstraZeneca The aim of this study was to investigate if nose cone ventilation is comparable to endotracheal intubation. The latter is the most common approach for air delivery to rats undergoing open chest surgery for cardiovascular research during for example induction of myocardial infarction or epicardial injections. This method of air delivery is technically challenging leading to prolonged procedures and increased risk of endotracheal complications such as laryngeal damage and laryngeal edema, oral pharyngeal and/or tracheal laceration due to multiple intubation attempts. Nose cone ventilation is a [...]

Curious George Goes to The Podium2023-10-30T08:53:56-05:00

The Vital Role of Capnography in Surgical Research: Enhancing Patient Care and Surgical Outcomes

2023-10-30T08:51:34-05:00

Speakers: Jan Bernal Amgen Amy Martunas Vertex   Capnography has emerged as an indispensable tool in veterinary medicine, revolutionizing the way we monitor and manage patients during various surgical scenarios. This presentation is dedicated to shedding light on the fundamental principles, practical applications, and clinical benefits of capnography in veterinary practice. The presentation will commence by introducing the basic principles of capnography, elucidating the physiological underpinnings of carbon dioxide (CO2) measurement, and its significance in assessing both ventilatory and circulatory aspects of patient health. Attendees will gain insights into the mechanics of capnography, including the technology behind mainstream and side stream [...]

The Vital Role of Capnography in Surgical Research: Enhancing Patient Care and Surgical Outcomes2023-10-30T08:51:34-05:00

Wet Lab #6: Rodent Intubation – Afternoon Session

2022-09-27T10:17:16-05:00

In this wet lab we will be covering intubation of the mouse and rat.  We will utilize Kent Scientific’s endotracheal kits including their intubation stands, fiber optic lights, vaporizers, and ventilators.  Students can expect to learn identification of the appropriate anatomy, suitable supplies, and equipment for rodent intubation.  In addition to this, we will share several approaches along with troubleshooting tips and tricks learned over many years of trial and error.  This wet lab is a great opportunity to add this very challenging and highly desired technique to your resume.  Mastering of rodent intubation will allow the expansion of you and [...]

Wet Lab #6: Rodent Intubation – Afternoon Session2022-09-27T10:17:16-05:00

Wet Lab #5: Rodent Intubation – Morning Session

2022-09-27T10:16:44-05:00

In this wet lab we will be covering intubation of the mouse and rat.  We will utilize Kent Scientific’s endotracheal kits including their intubation stands, fiber optic lights, vaporizers, and ventilators.  Students can expect to learn identification of the appropriate anatomy, suitable supplies, and equipment for rodent intubation.  In addition to this, we will share several approaches along with troubleshooting tips and tricks learned over many years of trial and error.  This wet lab is a great opportunity to add this very challenging and highly desired technique to your resume.  Mastering of rodent intubation will allow the expansion of you and [...]

Wet Lab #5: Rodent Intubation – Morning Session2022-09-27T10:16:44-05:00
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