laryngoscope

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laryngoscope

[lə′riŋ·gə‚skōp]
(medicine)
A tubular instrument, combining a light system and a telescopic system, used in the visualization of the interior larynx and adaptable for diagnostic, therapeutic, and surgical procedures.
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This unique clinical arrangement allows us to investigate the incidence and possible risk factors of ETI-related complications in trauma patients treated in both the prehospital setting and the ED by laryngoscopists with "expert" status, as recently defined by Breckwoldt et al.
All laryngoscopists had performed at least 25 GVL intubations, but all had more experience with MAC.
many a laryngoscopist is convinced that the laryngological technique needs no additions; others may think differently.
Also we used three laryngoscopists in our study in contrast to only one in the Ezri et al study (8).
They found that first time intubation success rate was more with Airtraq than Macintosh laryngoscope for both paramedic students and for experienced laryngoscopists.
Learning curves of the Airtraq and the Macintosh laryngoscopes for tracheal intubation by novice laryngoscopists: a clinical study.
Spinoglio et al., "Learning curves of the Airtraq and the Macintosh laryngoscopes for tracheal intubation by novice laryngoscopists: a clinical study," Anesthesia and Analgesia, vol.