"Chest Tube Placement" by Chris Weldon for OPENPediatrics


Learn about how to perform a chest tube placement.
Direct links to chapters:
1:33 Chapter 1: Indications
1:50 Chapter 2: Contraindications
2:20 Chapter 3: Equipment
3:13 Chapter 4: Procedure
8:46 Chapter 5: Removal of Chest Tube
9:21 Chapter 6: Complications
9:43 Chapter 7: Assessment and Monitoring
10:09 Chapter 8: Documentation

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  1. د.دياب الهواري 26 June, 2020 at 03:07 Reply

    Chest tube installation is one of the most important operations we perform in an emergency if the lung stops working or there is a rib fracture that affects the efficiency of the lung function

  2. MeAsNick 26 June, 2020 at 03:07 Reply

    The doctor just finished the procedure of putting the tube inside me and even when they put anesthesia, I can still feel a little pain especially when the tube was inserted. It's really painful.

  3. Markise Alvarez 26 June, 2020 at 03:07 Reply

    Laying in my hospital bed with a chest tube inserted, going on day 3. I'm alone because of the caromavirus but seeing these comments gives me some comfort that this will end soon.

  4. Hospital Queen 26 June, 2020 at 03:07 Reply

    When the tubes came our of my belly it felt like their hands reached inside of me. The dr that did that procedure Got into a lot of trouble for not waiting for the nurse to get me pain medicine because I cried so much I couldn't breathe when they took all 4 of the draining tubes out.

  5. Hospital Queen 26 June, 2020 at 03:07 Reply

    I have a tiny scar on my side even after 11 years. I Anahi had 4 tummy drainage tubes (2 on each side)

  6. Joe Pretorius 26 June, 2020 at 03:07 Reply

    Smaller bore tube thoracostomy via a Seldinger technique is far less traumatic and/or painful. Most fluid collections/air drain effectively unless a very thick pus as in empyema is present. This technique also allows for pre-insertion aspiration to confirm presence and location of effusion.

  7. Steven Hanline 26 June, 2020 at 03:07 Reply

    I'm 41, 6'2" 180. Never had any health complications.

    I'm currently in the hospital with a tube in the right side of my chest. Yesterday I had a spontaneous pneumothorax.
    It came on while walking with my morning coffee to my desk at work. Felt like a huge ball of gas in my chest.
    I knew something serious had happened because it was difficult to breath. I google searched "What does a collapsed lung feel like" before leaving the office.
    I made it to the ER and was having the tube installed shortly after. Now, the Atrium Oasis 3600 machine is collecting air from my chest but I'm worried because of the bubbling in the view finder. The doctors don't telling me much but they think its leaking. I'm a bit scared but in good spirits.
    I have the tube entering about 3 inches above my right nipple, In the video here the tube is in a different location than I have. Thank you for reading and best wishes to anyone in this situation.

  8. trevor francis 26 June, 2020 at 03:07 Reply

    yer i could do this my lung collapsed 5 times in 12 months, bollicks to pain i could not breath just get that drain in, 4 or 5th intercostal space i have valves now horrible when you cant breath pannick begging for help

  9. Rob R 26 June, 2020 at 03:07 Reply

    Dissection with forceps was barbaric and rough. I certainly hope the patient is under General anesthesia doing this.

  10. Adeen87 26 June, 2020 at 03:07 Reply

    Mmmm I feel like the insertion is a bit rough and savage in this video I think some more délicat would be great

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