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A new bronchial blocker tube for one-lung ventilation



A new bronchial blocker tube for one-lung ventilation



Journal of Cardiothoracic and Vascular Anesthesia 13(1): 40-41



One-lung ventilation is used to facilitate thoracic and cardiac surgery. This article describes the development and clinical use of a new device, the bronchial blocker tube, to establish one-lung ventilation. The bronchial blocker tube has two circular lumen joined together, one for ventilation and one for acceptance of a bronchial blocker. In this setting, the bronchial blocker is a separate device which is replaceable, rotatable, and removable. In the authors' experience, the bronchial blocker tube was effective and easy to use.

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Accession: 045079144

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PMID: 10069282

DOI: 10.1016/s1053-0770(99)90171-4


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