Official American Thoracic Society technical standards: flexible airway endoscopy in children.

@article{Faro2015OfficialAT,
  title={Official American Thoracic Society technical standards: flexible airway endoscopy in children.},
  author={Albert Faro and Robert E. Wood and Michael S Schechter and Albin B. Leong and Eric P. Wittkugel and Kathy Abode and James F Chmiel and Cori Daines and Stephanie R. Davis and Ernst Eber and Charles Huddleston and Todd J Kilbaugh and Geoffrey Kurland and Fabio Midulla and David W. Molter and Gregory S. Montgomery and George Z. Retsch-Bogart and Michael John Rutter and Gary A. Visner and Stephen A Walczak and Thomas W Ferkol and Peter H. Michelson},
  journal={American journal of respiratory and critical care medicine},
  year={2015},
  volume={191 9},
  pages={
          1066-80
        }
}
BACKGROUND Flexible airway endoscopy (FAE) is an accepted and frequently performed procedure in the evaluation of children with known or suspected airway and lung parenchymal disorders. However, published technical standards on how to perform FAE in children are lacking. METHODS The American Thoracic Society (ATS) approved the formation of a multidisciplinary committee to delineate technical standards for performing FAE in children. The committee completed a pragmatic synthesis of the… CONTINUE READING
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