A physician inserts an endotracheal tube under direct vision, with the help of a laryngoscope, in a procedure called endotracheal intubation.
The purpose of using an endotracheal tube is to ventilate the lungs.
The cuff of the endotracheal tube is designed to provide a seal within the airway,
Allowing airflow through the Endotracheal tube but preventing passage of air or fluids around the Endotracheal tube.
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