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Teaching the Use of Fiberoptic Intubation in Anesthetized, Spontaneously Breathing Patients

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Fiberoptic intubation under spontaneous respiration is a well established technique for management of difficult airways. Our study demonstrates the feasibility and safety of a novice training program for fiberoptic intubation under general anesthesia, not only in paralyzed patients but also in those breathing spontaneously.

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