elastic bougie

e·las·tic bou·gie

a bougie made of rubber, latex, or other similarly flexible material.

elastic bougie

a flexible bougie that can be passed through angular or winding channels. See also bougie.

e·las·tic bou·gie

(ē-lastik bū-zhē)
Investigative instrument made of rubber, latex, or other similarly flexible material.
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Different available options that have been described to facilitate PLMA insertion are the original introducer tool (2), the rotational technique (1, 15-18), the lightwand technique (19), the laryngoscope- (20) or videolaryngoscope-assisted (21) technique, the combination with stylet (22, 23), Gum Elastic Bougie (GEB) (24-26) or introducer (27), and the gastric tube-driven insertion (28) or suction catheter-driven insertion (29).
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For the guided technique, the drain tube of the LMA Proseal/Supreme was primed with a well lubricated gum elastic bougie with its straight end first, leaving the 5cm bent portion protruding from the proximal end and the maximum length protruding from the distal end.
Several studies have shown that anaesthetists find this device easy to use with a high successful tracheal intubation rate, with or without the use of a gum elastic bougie (3,16,25,37-41).
When faced with a difficult airway the gum elastic bougie and the laryngeal mask airway (LMA) may be useful.
With a method similar to ours, some authors have used a gum elastic bougie in combination with rigid bronchoscopy to achieve control in adults.
The guide has included a fiberoptic bronchoscope, nasogastric tube, balloon-tipped catheter, gum elastic bougie, and various types of suction catheters.
5 mm ,Gum elastic bougie (to aid difficult intubation): Reusable,GUEDELS AIRWAY (PVC),JRMAT - paediatric circuit,Laryngoscope (Adult) ,Laryngoscope (Child)
It was connected to pediatric Ayer's T Piece circuit, reservoir bag was moving as child was breathing spontaneously, through it a pediatric gum elastic bougie was passed on which 4.
At our hospital use of a gum elastic bougie was the most commonly used piece of equipment to help anaesthetists manage a difficult intubation.
12) In several of these cases, an elastic bougie or a guidewire was passed through a bronchoscope.
To overcome the problem, various insertion aids have been described, such as a curved metal introducer tool or the use of a gum elastic bougie (GEB) (4).