Navigating Endotracheal Extubation in Anesthesia: Strategies, Complications, and Risk Assessment

Introduction Endotracheal extubation is a critical phase in the continuum of patient care during anesthesia, marking the transition from a controlled and mechanically supported airway to the resumption of spontaneous breathing. This procedure involves the removal of the endotracheal tube, which can be associated with potential complications, such as the loss of the airway and … Read more