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Edotracheal Intubation Pathway
This medical illustration depicts the pathway for the insertion of an endotracheal tube in a midsagittal view of the head and neck. Arrows indicate the tube should pass into the nose, through throat and into the trachea. A cuffed tracheostomy tube is illustrated in the trachea; an arrow indicates no passage of air through the cuffed tube.