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a device which allows “not to resort to intubation”, explains a resuscitator


It is a question of administering oxygen at a high flow rate via “small nasal glasses”, a process used “in routine”, details the head of the intensive care unit of the hospital Raymond Poincaré.
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“An additional oxygen supply is indicated when the oxygen level in the blood drops to a critical level”, explains to franceinfo Professor Djillali Annane, head of the intensive care unit at Raymond-Poincaré hospital, in Garches (Hauts-de-Seine). He provides details after the placement under reinforced oxygen therapy of the Minister of Culture, Roselyne Bachelot, hospitalized after contracting Covid-19.

Oxygen therapy is the treatment of providing oxygen that is lacking to people with respiratory failure. “There are many ways to deliver this extra oxygen, continues Djillali Annane. In some patients, because the oxygen level in the blood is too low, what is called high flow oxygen is used. This is what is meant by enhanced oxygen. “

“We use a device that is not a device that helps breathing, it is not a ventilator, insists Professor Annane. It is a device that will make it possible to generate very large quantities of oxygen and at a very high rate, which will be administered through small nasal glasses that are placed in the nostrils. This is something that is used routinely and which in the majority of cases does not require intubation and mechanical ventilation. ” The intubation of patients in respiratory distress does indeed present risks.



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