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Intubating oral airways are key to making your next fiberoptic intubation go smoothly. Sometimes the most difficult part of a fiberoptic intubation is actually passing through the oral cavity, past the posterior pharynx and to the glottis. These devices below assist in making a channel to the cords and be clutch in a difficult airway. Check out the infographic below and get to know your intubating oral airways at your institution.
- Intubating oral airways facilitate fiberoptic intubations by creating a channel to the cords
- Different brands have different qualities with pros and cons