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Is the Ambu aScope 3 Slim single-use fiberscope equally efficient compared with a conventional bronchoscope for management of the difficult airway?
Journal of clinical anesthesia
Study Objective: The study objective was to evaluate whether the single-use fiberoptic bronchoscope (FOB), Ambu aScope 3 Slim, was equally efficient compared with the conventional reusable FOB, Olympus LF-GP, for nasal fiberoptic intubation in a manikin. Design: A randomized crossed-over study. Setting: The postanesthesia care unit of Tokyo Women's Medical University Hospital. Subjects: Twenty anesthesiologists who have experienced N 50 one-lung ventilation thoracic surgery procedures weredoi:10.1016/j.jclinane.2015.12.048 pmid:27041269 fatcat:huzanexdobfmnbxzgzvuadqmk4