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    • says

      We don’t but we bought a rigid fiberoptic stylet specifically to intubate through the laryngeal airways, it works great and is solid state so evil EM residents can’t break it as easily : )

  1. Jeff says

    We have a flex fiberoptic but unfortunately don’t use it that much–what are your thoughts on awake fiberoptic intubation in the ED by emergency physicians rather than anesthesia?

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