fibreoptics


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fibreoptics

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or equivalent) having had no previous experience with fibreoptic stylets participated.
However, this study showed a high failure rate amongst novice users, so if fibreoptic stylets are to be incorporated into the difficult intubation management plans of novices familiarity and skill development with them is required.
A quantitative review and meta-analysis of performance of on-standard laryngoscopes and rigid fibreoptic intubation aids.
Instead of fibreoptic technology, they use a computer chip at the distal end to record and transmit the image directly to the video screen with no loss of the image quality.
It contains the fibreoptic bundles, the working channel and angulation wires that control the tip.
When this can be predicted an awake fibreoptic intubation can be planned, with a wide margin of safety.
The Glidescope[TM] (Saturn Biomedical System Inc, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada) is a fibreoptic videolaryngoscope developed for the management of the difficult airway.
The design of the CTrach[TM] combines the fibreoptic viewing capability of the Glidescope[TM] and the ability to ventilate while optimising laryngeal view of the Fastrach[TM].