Upper Respiratory Emergencies. Chapter 133 Tintinalli May 4, 2006 Dee Mortensen. STRIDOR. Common physical sign of upper respiratory tract obstruction Inspiratory and expiratory stridor Associated with supraglottic, glottic, and subglottic obstruction
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Upper Respiratory Emergencies
Chapter 133 Tintinalli
May 4, 2006
2. In epiglottis, what is the appropriate lateral soft tissue radiograph to obtain?
3. During pediatric intubation what is the appropriate ETT size, if the patient has croup?