endobronchial

in·tra·bron·chi·al

(in'tră-brong'kē-ăl),
Within the bronchi or bronchial tubes.
Synonym(s): endobronchial

endobronchial

/en·do·bron·chi·al/ (en″do-brong´ke-al) within a bronchus or bronchi.

endobronchial

pertaining to or emanating from the lining of the bronchi.

endobronchial intubation
incorrect positioning of an endotracheal tube; a cause of inadequate delivery of gaseous anesthesia, hyperventilation, hypoxia and cyanosis.
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Contract notice: Endobronchial ultrasound system lE-neburg.
In March, water sampling revealed bacteria growth and "two probable cross-infection" incidents among patients undergoing endobronchial biopsy to their lungs.
Once the target tissue is reached, physicians pass the new superDimension(TM) triple needle cytology brush through an endoscopic catheter to obtain tissue samples from endobronchial lesions, peripheral lung nodules, or lung masses.
In addition, endobronchial coils in particular re-tension the airway network and in so doing mechanically increase elastic recoil in the emphysematous lungs, tethering open airways and thereby preventing airway collapse.
The test - endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS) - allows for quicker diagnosis close to home for patients who previously had to go to another hospital for the test, or to have a surgical procedure.
Endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS) combines bronchoscopy with ultrasound to enhance the definition of mediastinal structures and aid in visualization of parabronchial anatomy, reducing biopsy sampling errors due to superior site selection for transbronchial sampling (1).
Their study showed that among single tests, the best way of excluding endobronchial intubations with the highest sensitivity was by observing the centimetre scale on the ETT.
His expertise includes chest wall sarcoma resection and reconstruction, mesothelioma, tracheal resections and reconstructions, endobronchial surgery, esophageal resection and lung volume reduction surgery.
The respiratory mucosa was inflamed and red, but visibly normal with no evidence of endobronchial lesions.
We read the "obituary" to breast FNA, (30) but FNA in combination with endoscopic ultrasound (EUS) and endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS) is placing the nail in the coffin for mediastinoscopy.
A CT angiogram of the chest was performed to further evaluate the persistent right upper lobe consolidation and to exclude an endobronchial lesion.
Endobronchial Ultrasound (EBUS) lets specialists more accurately determine what stage the disease has reached in sufferers.