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Over the past 15 years of sleeve gastrectomy experience, some technical details, such as bougie size, could not be standardized.
Bleeding can also cause impairment of glottis visualisation and aspiration, which can be prevented by passing a bougie first atraumatically and threading the endotracheal tube over it.
The 5 RCTs included in our review enrolled a total of 461 patients, including 197 bougie and 264 balloon dilations.
Elazary, "The effects of bougie caliber on leaks and excess weight loss following laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy.
Calibration tube size remains a debated topic among bariatric surgeons, with the consensus panel recommending a bougie size between 32 Fr and 40 Fr [5].
The guidewire allows the anterior knife edge of the outer tube to excise the stricture and to reach the opposite bougie. There is an external immobilizer at the posterior end of the guide.
The patients' charts were reviewed and the following data were obtained: gender, age at first dilatation, dilatation date, cause of stricture, maximum balloon or bougie size, time interval between serial dilatations, technical success and complications.
Bougie reminded in need to forward local time one hour as of midnight on 29-30 March 2014, the start of Daylight Saving Time." L.Y.R.
When considering tracheal intubation, the devices were classified into those which had an inbuilt conduit for the tracheal tube and those that required either a stylet or bougie.
Another story surfaced about a silver arm that was made for Admiral Barbarossa (1478 -1546), an Ottoman admiral who dominated the Mediterranean for decades, and fought the Spaniards in Bougie, Algeria, for a Turkish sultan.)
4 Le sommeil sur les cendres, apres la bougie soufflee.