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procedural

adjective adjective, directive, methodical, operative, relating to method, relating to the mechanics of a lawsuit, relative to the manner of prooeeding, systematic
Associated concepts: procedural defect, procedural due process, procedural law, procedural matter, procedural question, procedural right, procedural rule of law, proceeural statute
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An urgent procedure was done to remove the bread tag under general anaesthesia via a combination of flexible and rigid bronchoscopy.
According to the investigators of the current study, flexible fiberoptic bronchoscopy was eliminated when utilising VivaSight to achieve OLV, compared with flexible fiberoptic bronchoscopy required in 100% of the cases which employed standard DLT to achieve OLV.
Conclusion: Rigid bronchoscopy is an effective procedure for the removal of foreign bodies in tracheobronchial tree in children.
Bronchoscopy and CT scan should be performed to confirm the diagnosis and ensure that no other airway anomaly or pulmonary pathology exists that requires treatment.
He added: "When I asked about the tumour she said that there was no trace of any cancer when they carried out the bronchoscopy but they did find a garden pea.
Due to an increasing demand from clients for analysis of BAL samples, the dedicated Bronchoscopy Suite offers on-site access to this procedure," said Phil Bach, vice president of Clinical Research at Celerion.
The AEGIS-1 (Airway Epithelium Gene Expression in the Diagnosis of Lung Cancer 1) trial included more than 700 current or former smokers undergoing bronchoscopy for suspicion of lung cancer.
All females underwent bronchoscopic examination under general anesthesia using a Negus rigid bronchoscopy size 5-7 F with channel for ventilation.
In this study, patients in whom rigid bronchoscopy was performed because of foreign body aspiration in night and daytime conditions in Cerrahpasa Medical Faculty Pediatric Surgery Operation Room between January 2006 and June 2011 were retrospectively evaluated in terms of age, gender, symptoms, physical examination, radiologic findings, foreign body localization, anesthesia method and complications observed during and after the procedure.
Typically a patient with a spot on their lung had the options of major surgery to remove a section of the lung, bronchoscopy (which does not reach lesions deep in the lung), needle biopsy, or watchful waiting.
In non-intubated patients, the two standard approaches for bronchoscopy are transnasal and transoral: where the former is not feasible due to nasal obtruction as in our case, the latter is used, often using airway route guides such as the Berman Airway to facilitate oral fibreoptic endoscopy (4).
Methodology: This study was completed on 164 patients who underwent bronchoscopy for various reasons.