anterior basal branch of hyparterial bronchus and anterior basal bronchus of lower lobe of left lung
axillary basal branch of hyparterial bronchus and axillary basal bronchus of lower lobe of left lung
posterior basal branch of hyparterial bronchus and posterior basal bronchus of lower lobe of left lung
apical bronchus of upper lobe of right lung and apical bronchus of lower lobe of left or right lung
The measure is based on a relation of the orientation of a local bronchus to the orientation of the segmented pulmonary vessel of the local bronchus.
The segmental brochus leading thereto is then sealed.
In order to avoid deflation of the segmental brochus leading thereto, a pressure generator is provided.
Said pressure generator enables the segmental brochus leading thereto to be widened in sync with suctioning by means of a compressed gas pulse.
The needle puncture site comprises simulated tracheal or bronchial cartilages, simulated lymph nodes and a simulated surrounding tissue.
At least the simulated tracheal or bronchial cartilages and the simulated surrounding tissue in the needle puncture site contain an organic powdery filler.
The system includes a conduit (70) configured to be passed down a trachea (28), into a bronchus (32) communicating with the trachea (28) and into the air passageway (48) communicating with the lung portion (56).
The distal portion of the elongated member is deflectable responsive to the deflection of the tip of the bronchoscope, to enable the elongated member to be positioned at a desired site in the selected mainstem bronchus.
By supporting the bronchus blocker on a bronchial branching using its support, the inflated balloon only has to seal the bronchus and does not also have to keep the bronchus blocker in its position at the same time.
The feeding bronchus is occluded by the catheter and a variety of measurements are taken with the use of the catheter in a manner which is of low risk to the patient.
The simulated tracheal or bronchial cartilages in the needle puncture site are formed on the surface of the inner wall of the tracheal or bronchial in the needle puncture site.