Nasopharyngeal Suctioning

How to do a Nasopharyngeal Suctioning

13 thoughts on “Nasopharyngeal Suctioning

  1. @Jess Wren… Yes.. Nasal and mouth suctioning is done after birth in operating room to remove excess secretions and ease their breathing patterns. Take note!! It is done wth meticulous caution..

  2. suctioning prn is really needed for chronic patients those who are on ventilators,and for pediatrics especially infants to clear their airways ( with bronchiolitis ,RSV pts for example ) which is common for us to do.

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