What Is Endotracheal Intubation? Center

Doctors perform endotracheal intubation when a patient cannot breathe on their own, whether it is due to surgery, disease, or an emergency. Endotracheal intubation is the safest way of providing breathing support to COVID-19 coronavirus disease patients who have severe lung symptoms. Read more: What Is Endotracheal Intubation? Article

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