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ETEastern Time
ETEntertainment Tonight (TV show)
ETExtraterrestrial
ETElapsed Time
ETEnd Time
ETEconomic Times (newspaper in India)
ETEarly Times (Kentucky bourbon)
ETExternal Tank (US NASA; Space Shuttle)
ETEnemy Territory
ETEnvironmental Technology
ETEngineering Technology
ETEthiopia
ETExecution Time
ETEarly Type (weapon)
ETElectronic Transmission
ETExercise Time
ETElectronic Technology
ETEnd Tidal
ETExpert Team
ETEmbryo Transfer
ETEvan Turner (basketball player)
ETEmployment Training
ETEarly Termination
ETEmerging Technology
ETEssential Tremor
ETEffective Temperature
ETEvaluation Team
ETEmissions Trading
ETEnabling Technologies
ETElectrical Test
ETEnergy and Technology
ETElectronics Technician
ETEndotracheal
ETEndothelin
ETEvapotranspiration
ETElectronic Time
ETEndotracheal Tube
ETEddy (Current) Testing (NDE method)
ETEngineering Technician (NICET)
ETEmployment Tribunal (UK)
ETEmergency Telecommunications
ETEmployment Taxes
ETEsotropia (form of strabismus)
ETErsatzteil (German: spare part)
ETEx Tempore (Latin: At That Time)
ETExpansion Tank (water tank)
ETEqual Temperament (musical tuning system)
ETEnterprise Technology
ETElliptical Trainer
ETEssential Thrombocythemia (overproduction of platelets)
ETEtherTalk
EtEthyl Group (Ch3ch2)
ETEngineering Test
ETEarly Transcendentals (calculus education)
ETEnd Transmission
ETExtra Traffic
ETEnd Transaction
ETEnd Turn (gaming)
ETElectrotransfer
ETEngineering Times
ETEarth Tech (Long Beach, California)
ETEquivalent Training
ETElectro-Thermal
ETExhaustive Testing
ETEnhanced Technology
ETEarth Terminal
ETEmbedded Training
ETExternal Test
ETEjection Time
ETEvent Tree
ETEphemeris Time
ETElectronic Tool
ETEnhanced Telephone
ETEx Testamento (Latin: From Hi/Her Will, epigraphy)
ETEjército de Tierra (Spanish Army)
ETEndurance Testing
ETEnhanced Throughput
ETExponential Tail
ETEnterostomal Therapist
ETEarlsfort Terrace (University College, Dublin Campus)
ETEnterprise Toronto
ETElectronic Tongue
ETExchange Terminal
ETFCC Office of Engineering and Technology
ETEnterprise Transition (Strategy)
ETExchange Termination
ETExploring Transfer (Vassar College; Poughkeepsie, NY)
ETElectrical Transcription
ETEthiopian Airlines Enterprise (IATA airline code)
ETEnergy Technology Programs
ETEmergency Transaction
ETExtrathoracic Region
ETEscape Tone (music)
ETEquitemperature
ETEnhancement Traffic
ETEcotox Threshold (EPA)
ETElectronic Technican
ETElogic Technologies Pvt Ltd. (India)
ETElement Tracker (Sprint)
ETEpstein Technique (oral history)
ETEnhanced Trackwolf
ETEinrücktermin (German)
ETEagle Talisman (amulet in game Shilla)
ET(USN Rating) Electronics Technician
ETEntomofauna of Turkey
ETExercise Tolerance (cardiology)
ETEducational Technology (various schools)
ETExperimental Therapeutics (cancer research)
References in periodicals archive ?
Four per cent patients in reinforced laryngeal mask airway group required repositioning of the tube vs no patient in endotracheal tube group.
The endotracheal cuff pressures were measured and adjusted to an appropriate pressure, if indicated.
Since anaesthetists regularly perform ET intubation and teach this skill to other specialties they must appreciate and recognise the morbidity and potential complications associated with endotracheal tube cuff overinflation, and become more comfortable with measuring ET tube cuff pressures.
4) In adults, the AEC has been used to facilitate passage of an endotracheal tube after visualization of the trachea by flexible fiberoptic bronchoscopy.
A study of endotracheal tube injury to the subglottis.
report that pointed out that about 10% of endotracheal intubations administered by paramedics who had more than 1,000 hours of training on average resulted in complications.
Bacterial attachment and proliferation on endotracheal tubes is a contributing factor in the occurrence of VAP in ICU patients," said David L.
The maximum percentage increase in heart rate following endotracheal intubation was 15.
Results: The success rate of BiPAP through endotracheal tube was 70.
8] In simulated difficult laryngoscopy scenarios by improving duration of first and successful endotracheal intubation, success rate of endotracheal intubation and reducing number of attempts.
Accumulation and micro-aspiration of oropharyngeal secretions at the top of the endotracheal tube cuff, in the subglottic region, is known as a key factor in the development of VAP6.