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Smoke Inhalation

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Media file 1: A smoke inhalation victim. Note the soot in the nostrils and the degree of swelling of the face. His voice was hoarse upon arrival. He had an endotracheal intubation performed (a tube was placed in his airway to help him breathe) because of concern of significant airway edema (swelling) and potential for airway obstruction.
Smoke Inhalation Photo

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Media file 2: State-of-the-art hyperbaric oxygen chamber by HyperTec.

Smoke Inhalation Photo

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Media file 3: State-of-the-art single person chamber by HyperTec.
 

Smoke Inhalation Photo

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Reviewed on August 10, 2005

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