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la·ryn·go·scop·ic

(lă-ring'gō-skop'ik),
Relating to laryngoscopy.

la·ryn·go·scop·ic

(lă-ring'gŏ-skop'ik)
Relating to laryngoscopy.

laryngoscopic

(lar?in-go-skop'ik) [? + skopein, to examine]
Pert. to observation of the interior of the larynx with the aid of a small long-handled mirror.
See: laryngoscopy
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Our study results are in contradiction to study by Kakkar A et al., who compared clonidine 1 [micro]g/kg and dexmedetomidine 0.5 [micro]g/kg and 1 [micro]g/kg and concluded that all three groups were good in attenuating the laryngoscopic response, but clonidine was associated with less side effects.
We observed from the drop in RFS that significant improvement in laryngoscopic signs takes about 16 weeks, while from drop in RSI, we observed that significant improvement in symptoms occurs early after 2 months of therapy.
Effect of laryngoscopic and tracheal intubation duration on hemodynamic response during anesthetic induction withthiopental, fentanyl and rocuronium.Korean J Anesthesiol 2005;49:147-51.
Table 6 showed the incidence of difficult intubation and laryngoscopy tends to increase in patients with repeated attempts with limited strategies to improve laryngoscopic visualization and insertion of the ETT.
The distributions of the Cormack-Lehane laryngoscopic view (LV) were 327 (63.2%), 171 (33.1%), 18 (3.5%), and 1 (0.2%) for grades 1, 2, 3, and 4, respectively.
Comparative evaluation of oral clonidine and midazolam as premedication on preoperative sedation and laryngoscopic stress response attenuation for the patients undergoing general anaesthesia.
Then, teachers underwent to vocal and laryngoscopic assessments and answered questionnaires.
The patient was placed supine on the operating table; endotracheal intubation was achieved using flexible laryngoscopic assistance.
Preoperatively every patient underwent laryngoscopic examination of the vocal cords and the serum calcium concentration test.