Select the location where the tip of the endotracheal tube should sit when a patient is intubated.

Select the location where the tip of the endotracheal tube should sit when a patient is intubated.

 

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Rationale

The tip of the endotracheal tube is positioned above the carina (before the trachea divides to each lung) and sealed within the trachea so that the lungs can be ventilated equally.

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