A nozzle is a small tube made up of plastic, of metal, sometimes of rubber, right or bent, allowing the passage of the air or a liquid through an opening, opening natural or obtained after surgical operation.
Nozzle of tracheotomyAmong patients who undergo a Trachéotomie one places a nozzle in order to prevent the opening being closed again and from allowing the possible connection on a respirator.
Nozzle of GuedelThe nozzle of Guedel (or nozzle of Mayo) is used to maintain open the air routes of a patient in the Coma. It is often used for the passage of the air towards the Poumon S by keeping the oral Cavité and the free Pharynx. With the use of this nozzle, the patient will not be able to bite the endotracheal probe and its language will not subside backwards on the épiglotte to block the respiratory tracts.
It is selected according to the distance between labial commissure and the ear lobe and should not be fixed, so that the victim can withdraw it with the need. During the use on a victim, it must be placed while envisaging its possible replacement by an intubation. The nozzle is often re-used of a patient with another, but it will be sterilized between the two uses.
Rectal or vaginal nozzleThey are used to practice the Lavement S.
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