A practical introduction to the use of flexible fiberscopes in airway management, written primarily for anesthesiologists and nurse anesthetists, but also useful for any physician involved with critical care in emergency room or intensive care units. A primary aim is to convince practitioners of thdiopter adjusting ring is rotated clockwise to adjust to the individual usera#39;s eyesight for direct vision. ... For bigger, brighter pictures, a xenon light source should be used with an A 10-M2 Olympus adapter. ... adapters, the different light sources, and the proper use of cameras, the reader should refer to companiesa#39; instruction books. ... The fiberscope should be washed immediately after use, and the working channel should be flushed with water to remove secretions before they dry.
|Title||:||Fiberoptic Airway Endoscopy in Anesthesia and Critical Care|
|Publisher||:||Raven Press (ID) - 1990|