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bronchoscope n.

bronchoscope n.

bronchoscope n.

Measurement of bronchodilatation using a superfine fibreoptic bronchoscope.

Impacted Sharp Oesophageal Foreign Bodies—A Novel Technique of Removal with the Paediatric Bronchoscope

Difficulty in advancing a tracheal tube over a fibreoptic bronchoscope: incidence, causes and solutions

An audit of Robertshaw double lumen tube placement using the fibreoptic bronchoscope

Difficulty in advancing a tracheal tube over a fibreoptic bronchoscope: more solutions

Difficulty in advancing a tracheal tube over a fibreoptic bronchoscope: incidence, causes and solutions

In vivo assessment of droperidol-induced bronchial relaxation in dogs using a superfine fibreoptic bronchoscope.

Effects of thiopental on airway calibre in dogs: direct visualization method using a superfine fibreoptic bronchoscope.

A comparison of the combined ultrasound of the mediastinum by use of a single ultrasound bronchoscope versus ultrasound bronchoscope plus ultrasound gastroscope in lung cancer staging: a prospective trial†

A New Middle-range Diameter Bronchoscope with Large Channel for Transbronchial Sampling of Peripheral Pulmonary Lesions

Repositioning a displaced tracheostomy tube with an Aintree intubation catheter mounted on a fibre-optic bronchoscope

Proficient manipulation of fibreoptic bronchoscope to carina by novices on first clinical attempt after specialized bench practice

Accurate and safe mediastinal restaging by combined endobronchial and endoscopic ultrasound-guided needle aspiration performed by single ultrasound bronchoscope

BTOG-113A COMBINED ULTRASOUND OF THE MEDIASTINUM BY USE OF A SINGLE ULTRASOUND BRONCHOSCOPE FOR NON-SMALL CELL LUNG CANCER RESTAGING: A PROSPECTIVE STUDY

 

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n. an instrument used to look into the trachea and bronchi. In addition to the rigid tubular metal type, used for many years, there is now a narrower flexible fibreoptic instrument with which previously inaccessible bronchi can be inspected. With either instrument the bronchial tree can be washed out (see bronchoalveolar lavage) and samples of tissue and foreign bodies can be removed with long forceps. —bronchoscopyn.

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