Weaning off the Ventilator My 16th intubation for asthma. 1-3-2010. Was sedated for a couple of days on vent till my lungs opened up. This video taken by my camera happy partner , while I was weaning off the ventilator. I was extubated successfully 30 minutes later, but ended up back on Bipap for another day.
Extubation Pt 2 Extubation was a success!
Concomitant CABG and Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm Repair A Single Stage Cardiovascular Surgery: Concomitant OPCAB and Abdominal aortic Aneurysm Repair. A 76 year old man with Coronary artery Disease and Infra Renal Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm underwent a single stage surgery. First Beating Heart CABG was done after median sternotomy, followed by Midline Laparotomy for AAA surgery. The Infra Renal Aorta is dissected in the retroperitoneum, looped and clamped. Distally clamps were placed at the Iliac Arteries. The aneurysm opened, a T cut done both proximally and distally. A 26mm Dacron graft anastomosed using inclusion technique. Retroperotneum closed over the graft. After hemostasis, sternum and abdomen closed. Patient was extubated after 4 hrs and discharged after 7 days.
Victor Extubating Rosie In this video, Rosemary's RT Victor succesfully extubated her just 18 hours after surgery. This has been the best post op recovery for her. She is still not quite out of the woods, but this was a fantastic start.
Extubation 022.MOV After weeks at the ICU with pneumonia and ARDS, It's finally time to get extubated. (Part 2)
Hannah off intubation April 2011. This is Hannah hours after she was extubated. We got to hold her for the first time in over two weeks.... & She gave us her first real smiles... You can still hear how rattly her breathing is :(
Amelia Lee - the journey so far..... Amelia is 29 weeks today! She has been extubated and has been breathing on her own without the ventilator. She is tolerating her feeds well. I miss her so much.....
Finn gets extubated! We waited 7 long weeks for this day! Although the CPAP looks worse, it is much easier on his little body, and it gets the tube out of his throat that obstructed his vocal cords, so we finally get to hear him CRY!!!
Ellie Dawn being extubated Ellie's extubation and first sounds (listen for the sneeze) Chad Actor: Ellie Dawn
In loving memory of my baby - For Matteo/Pour Matteo - Severe Brain Damage Mattéo Riopel 05/12/29 - 08/11/04 Mattéo was born at 33 weeks with a tracheo and bronchomalacia and severe reflux, which required him to have 2 surgeries. On Sept. 25, he had his last surgery to correct the gastro-oesophagal reflux at the Montreal Children's Hospital. On Oct 17, we came back to Chisasibi, James Bay (where we live) and following his latest surgery, Mattéo was limited in his amount of food intake so for the next 3-6 months he was to receive gavages. But he was basically ok and he went trick-or-treating for Halloween, like any other kid, dressed as an elephant. On Nov 2, he went to bed and he was fine. He woke up an hour later complaining of headeaches and vomiting. I brought him to the Chisasibi Hospital and things started to deteriorate from then on. He was intubated at 6am and brought by medical plane to Montreal. A few hours after arriving in Montreal, tests confirmed that he had a blood clot at the brain stem. On Nov 4, he had cerebral death, he was extubated that evening and died a few minutes later. It was very quick, painful and inexplicable. He will be missed, but never forgotten. This song is FIX YOU by COLDPLAY on the album X AND Y 2005 Group : In memory of Matteo Riopel -- Mattéo Riopel, petit homme extraordinaire, qui restera toujours dans nos coeurs. Merci à Toto pour le vidéo. Groupe : In memory of Matteo Riopel -- Songs - Fix You by Coldplay & Blood Diamond Soundtrack No copyright infringement intended.
Eliza Extubated Eliza not hooked up to the ventilator
Getting better after open heart surgery Luke getting better after his arterial switch operation. We were so happy to see his sweet face again when he was extubated.
Zoe directly after being extubated Directly after extubation, the respiratory therapist is getting Zoe ready for an oxygen tube under her nose(hence the stickers he's putting on her face. The steam had some epinephrine in it to reduce any swelling in her air passageways.
GRANT OUT OF HOSPITAL.wmv Grnat has just come out of hospital on 13th october 2010. He had been in hospital for 12 days and was in ICU twice and was intubated/extubated twice. He is working hard towards getting back to championship mode
Summer Addison Metting Summer was born with a heart defect called Transposition of the Great Arteries, diagnosed a couple minutes after birth. Her two major arteries that carry blood to the heart were switched and was formed this way within the first several weeks in the womb. Shortly after birth she was transported across town to Santa Rosa children's hospital in San Antonio, Texas. Shortly after arriving Summer had a Corony balloon procedure done. A catheter went into her belly button and temporarily allowed more blood and oxygen to be delivered to the heart muscle. It helped her survive until an open heart surgery; Arterial switch could be performed. They gave us the odds, saying because her arteries are unusually close together her odds of surviving were lower than usual. The Dr. couldn't guarantee she would live the surgery, but she did!! Summer had a long 3 month journey in the NICU. She was unable to be extubated after her arterial switch, had bleeding suctioned from the breathing tube every 2-3 hours. She could not breath on her own and so they discovered a problem with her diaphragm. She then had a Diaphragm Plication surgery due to a complication from the TGA switch. During the surgery they discovered a lot of fluid build up and also needed a chest tube for some time. It was after this she was able to be extubated. In the time in the PICU/NICU Summer received 3 blood transfusions. She worked hard to fight a recommended Gtube surgery and succeeded. She is now eating 3 1/2- 4 oz every 3 ...
Self suction and extubation My 17th intubation for severe asthma. Shows me suctioning myself while on ventilator. Was extubated shortly after, but had to be re-intubated later that day. Kinda difficult to see extubation ( camera was sideways)
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Preventing Errors w/ Neuromuscular Blocking Agents (Aug. 06) ISMP recently issued a Safety Alert called "Paralyzed by Mistakes," which warned about inadvertently giving neuromuscular blocking agents such as pancuronium to patients who aren't receiving ventilator support. This can lead to respiratory arrest. Some patients have died or incurred permanent injuries as a result of these errors. ISMP notes that some of the errors are due to look-alike packaging and labeling. In one case, an ED nurse administered pancuronium instead of flu vaccine because the vials and labeling looked very similar. Look-alike drug names have also caused problems. In one case vancomycin was misread on a faxed medication record as vecuronium. Giving the neuromuscular blocking agent after the patient is extubated has resulted in serious problems, too. In one case, an infusion bag of vecuronium was left in a patient's room after ventilator support had been removed. The bag was later mistaken as potassium chloride infusion and administered to the patient. Serious patient injuries have also been caused by the opposite problem ie, administering the neuromuscular blocking agent too soon, before the patient is intubated. Some errors have resulted from preparing syringes from a multiple-dose vial and neglecting to label them. In one case, an unlabeled syringe of vecuronium ended up in a supply of saline flush syringes and was given to a 3-year old child. Unsafe storage is another cause of serious mistakes. Seven infants in a hospital nursery received atracurium ...
Coughing due to migrating bridging catheter.mp4 The most common complication of exutbation bridging catheters is coughing, often because the catheter migrated past the mid trachea. In this video, a patient with an obstructing lesion is extubated over a bridging catheter. During tracheal tube removal the catheter is pushed too deeply, causing coughing. Coughing resolves as the catheter is withdrawn. The patient continues to the PACU in comfort.
Zane Finaly wakes up on the 3rd day Zane is extubated and is now breathing on his own.
Max before extubation Max before getting extubated! Day 4 after open heart surgery!
Par Rich Extubated
ICD Intracardiac device for synchronized pacing in a patient with cardiac failure. Patient was extubated right after the procedure.
Two Days After Extubation This video was taken 2 days after he was extubated. It took him one full day before I was able to hear him cry for the first time. I was so excited! He really is our miracle!
Aryana's extubated ! 3 months- 10/8/09
Maddie is born again!!! Maddie's breathing tube is removed!! Maddie helps the nurses extubate her. Maddie is breathing on her own now! - June 12, 2008
Lucas 1/20/11 after extubation #2 ~Mairim Sent from my Palm Pro
Clarine is Back After 11 days on a ventilator battling viral (H1N1) pneumonia, our daughter Clarine was "extubated" and with us once again!!!
After Extubation A few minutes after being extubated. She's happy to have that tube out!
Extubation!! Bernie is extubated successfully after 6 weeks on the ventilator!
Extubated Maren Maren's off the vent!
MY MIRACLE BABY admission diagnosis: Cardiopulmonary arrest aspiration discharge diagnosis: esophageal reflux Hospital Course Summary: At 19 days of life. patient became apneic and pulseless following coughing during feeding, in the setting of a 5 day history of URI symptoms. Patient was resucitated with approximately one minute of chest compressions and rescue breathing. He was taken by EMS to Rady Children's Hospital where he was noted to have coarse breath sounds and retractions refractory to suctioning and nebulizer treatment. Therefore , patient was intubated , cultured for rule-out sepsis. and started on empiric ampicillin and cefotaxime. Ptient was transferred to Naval Medical Center San Diego and monitored in the Pediatric ICU. CXR showed a R perihilar opacity. Head CT showed no acute intracranial abnormality but MRI showed evidence of left occipetal infarction. EEG showed spikes that could be within normal limits. Neurology recommended no further intervention unless patient demonstrated symptoms. Patient showed no focal neural deficits during his hospital stay and acted appropriately. Therefore, no further work-up was done. Patient did well during his stay in the PICU. He had no apneic events. He tolerated NGT feeds well. Extubation was attempted on day 4 of admission but patient failed and required re-intubation. Patient was successfully extubated on day 7 and transferred to the pediatric ward. After thorough work-up, it was felt that patient's cardiopulmonary arrest was likely ...
Matthew Hodgson - 3 days after heart surgery Matthew is doing well after his open heart surgery on 9/2. He was extubated today and put on nasal canula and he's doing well
Haiti baby: would she live? When the baby arrived at the Medishare Hospital in PAP, it was clear that she was septic and profoundly dehydrated. IV access was near impossible and her hemodynamics were tenuous, to say the least. Gently induced anesthesia and the surgeons prepped and draped the baby. it was an incredibly sad moment when I looked over the drape when the 2 surgeons opened this lovely baby's arm - pus just poured out; her thigh was also filled with pus. Death seemed inevitable... And yet, there is such strength in Haiti, even among the youngest of children. This little love was extubated the following day and we found her nursing greedily in her Mama's arms. A true privilege and honor to care for our patients in PAP.
maren pre-extubation Maren, a day before she was taken off the vent.
Ryker John Gourley Our little heart warrior was born October 27, 2007. Ryker underwent his first surgery on Halloween. He was truly a fighter, also undergoing stomach surgery at 3 weeks to repair a tear in his stomach that was causing massive bleeding. He was doing so well that on December 15, they extubated him, and for some reason that we do not fully understand, he passed from this world to be with his sister Lilly. Here is his story of Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome (HLHS).
Aryana's extubated - making noise! Sorry for the moving camera - ( no she did not fall)
Extubation 012.MOV After weeks in the ICU, Alex is weaning from the medications and getting evaluted by the doctor to get extubated. (Part 1)
Extubating an Animal 2 The procedure for finishing an anaesthetic on a patient - flushing a circuit; then watching the patients vital signs as they lighten, regain swallowing reflex and can be extubated and placed into recovery.
Clover Dohman just extubated. This video was uploaded from an Android phone.
Sam on C-Pap Baby Sam after his first night on C-Pap being held by his Mom. This is his 4th try at being extubated...so hopefully this one will work! Go Sammy Go!