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Sunday, June 1, 2014

Compresión cricoidea


EMPA Blog - by Mark P. Brady PA-C on May 31, 2014
"Cricoid Pressure, also known as Sellick’s maneuver, is a well known technique applied during endotracheal intubation. It refers to the application digital pressure on the cricoid cartilage of the larynx, pushing it backwards resulting esophageal compression against the vertebrae with the intent of preventing passive regurgitation of gastric contents."
http://empablogsite.com/2014/05/cricoid-pressure-may-ineffective-possibly-harmful/

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EMCrit Wee – Cricolol by Dr. John Hinds
http://emcrit.org/wee/cricolol/

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