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Bronchoscopy Clinical Trials

A listing of Bronchoscopy medical research trials actively recruiting patient volunteers. Search for closest city to find more detailed information on a research study in your area.

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Found (27) clinical trials

Lung Ultrasonography vs Fiberoptic Bronchoscopy for Aiding Lung Collapse in Patient Using Double Lumen Tube

This study demonstrate diagnostic study compare lung ultrasonography and fiberoptic bronchoscopy as gold standard,which is surgeon grading. The protocol was performed in randomized controlled trial whether the subject was allocated to ultrasonography group or fiberoptic bronchoscopy group.

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Bronchoscopy Assisted by Electromagnetic Navigation (EMN) in the Diagnosis of Small Pulmonary Nodules

Due to CT screening, a lot of peripheral nodule not accessible to conventional endoscopy will be found. Electromagnetic navigation directed bronchoscopy (ENB) is a new technique needing validation. the primary aim of the study is to compare ENB to radiologically guided bronchoscopy, considered the standard comparator.

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Sedation Strategies for Diagnostic Bronchoscopy

Diagnostic bronchoscopy is an invasive procedure performed to diagnose respiratory diseases. But pain has been complained by most of the patients receiving such procedures. Sedation or anesthesia was required by both of the patients and bronchoscopists. Unfortunately, no consensus has been made upon the sedation strategies. Multiple sedation approaches have ...

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Sedation Strategies for Therapeutic Bronchoscopy

Therapeutic bronchoscopy is a common procedure to treat respiratory diseases. The procedure includes stent implantation, bronchus dilation, electronic incision, laser therapy, and so on. Most of these procedures are painful and require general anesthesia. Conventionally, the general anesthesia for therapeutic bronchoscopy was performed using laryngeal mask. But in the previous ...

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea and Bronchoscopy

The prevalence of sleep-disordered breathing in Republic of Korea is 27% and 16% in men and women aged 40-69 years. Up to 93% of women and 82% of men with obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) remain undiagnosed. Polysomnography, the gold standard, is time consuming and costly. Patients with undiagnosed OSA may ...

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Nebulized Lignocaine for Topical Airway Anesthesia During Flexible Bronchoscopy: A Randomized Controlled Trial

For all patients meeting the inclusion criteria, the demographic profile including age, sex, weight, smoking history and the type of procedures performed during bronchoscopy shall be recorded. A written informed consent will be obtained from all participants. The patients who undergo flexible bronchoscopy would be randomised in a one is ...

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Refractory Asthma Stratification Programme (RASP) Bronchoscopy Study

Asthma is a very common disorder which causes a great deal of distress for patients, and occasionally results in premature death. Approximately 10% of people with asthma have severe disease which is not helped by current treatments The Investigators need to find new treatments for these patients urgently. Patients with ...

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High Flow Nasal OXygen Therapy in High Risk Patients of Hypoxia Undergoing Diagnostic BRONCHOscopy

Hypoxemia is frequently seen during diagnostic bronchoscopy. Nasal prong or other existing oxygen supply methods are often difficult to maintain adequate oxygenation during bronchoscopy. In particular, bronchoscopy to patients already showing hypoxemia can be dangerous even though applying conventional oxygen therapy. Thus, we want to elucidate the usefulness of nasal ...

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Effect of the Topical Application of Anaesthetics With EnkFiberoptic Atomizer During the Bronchoscopy

The aim of this prospective study is to examine the benefits and risks of administration of local anaesthetics with a special atomizing set (Enk Fiberoptic Atomizer, Cook Medical) during flexible bronchoscopy.

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Audit of Bronchoscopy Practice in Egypt: Adherence to Safety and Infection Control Guidelines

Adequate facilities, manpower and training are also essential. Staff safety depends partly on adequate procedures to minimise any risks of sensitisation to agents such as glutaraldehyde. An audit well be carried out of bronchoscopy procedures in hospitals in the Egypt and the findings well be compared with published guidelines on ...

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