2014
DOI: 10.1155/2014/718092
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Abstract: Background. In this pilot study, we evaluated tip collisions against three commonly used measures of fibreoptic scope handling skills.Methods. Seventy-seven anaesthetists were recruited to perform a standardized task on an Oxford Box and a modified AirSim manikin. Collision count was correlated against time to scope placement, a global rating scale score, and up-to-date fibreoptic experience.Results. Strong and moderate correlations were found between collision count and task completion time for the Oxford Box…

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