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fiberoptic

 [fi″ber-op´tik]
pertaining to fiberoptics; coated with flexible glass or plastic fibers having special optical properties and orientation.

fi·ber·op·tic

(fī'bĕr-op'tik),
Pertaining to fiberoptics.

fi·ber·op·tic

(fī'bĕr-op'tik)
Pertaining to fiberoptics.
Synonym(s): fibre-optic.
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Flexible fiberoptic bronchoscopy in clinical practice: a review of 100 procedures.
Fiberoptic intubation can be performed awake under sedation with or without topical anaesthesia or with muscle relaxant (Suxamethonium, vecuronium, rocuronium, atracurium).
Over the years, facilitated methods for nasal fiberoptic intubation have been developed to address the above mentioned issues and reduce the total duration taken to intubate resulting in improved patient comfort and higher success rates.
and Globe Telecom, which control their own nationwide fiberoptic backbones.
We tried transnasal fiberoptic intubation with an endotracheal tube #6.0 twice, but both failed to visualize the vocal cords due to the patient's tongue body hypertrophy and narrow supraglottic space.
A 3.5 mm flexible fiberoptic bronchoscope armed with a 6.5 mm wired reinforced tracheal tube was inserted into the left corner of the mouth, advanced to the left retromolar space and guided through the vocal cords.
Made possible by tapping into Newark's fiberoptic infrastructure, initially installed thanks to the City's rich-history with data and telecomm providers, Newark Fiber utilizes a 10-gigabit fiber backbone offering 1,000Mb and 10,000Mb connections available to businesses and people accessing the internet through wifi in parks, on the streets, and eventually in homes.
Fischer Connectorshaslaunched its new single fibre optic connector (FO1) within its Fischer FiberOptic Series.
Physical examination showed bilateral parotid and submandibular swelling, and fiberoptic laryngoscopy showed bilateral swelling of the arytenoid region (figure 1, A).