Module 3: The Recovery Room Phase - Respiratory Distress | en - 578 - 41522
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Respiratory Distress

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    Prince Sedem S.
    GH
    Prince Sedem S.

    What is Larynspasm, vomitus, and aspiration.

    Tasman S.
    AU
    Tasman S.

    maybe theirs other causes?

    Jayne M.
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    Jayne M.

    Why is the oropharyngeal airway inserted?

    THIHA S.
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    THIHA S.

    Respiratory distress is important for the patient. So, airway clearance in the patient is very important.

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