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- n. Plural form of laryngoscope.
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Among the stockpiles are three-dozen laryngoscopes, one-dozen disposable skin staplers, twenty-dozen tubes of diaper rash cream, a mountain of lovingly assembled personal hygiene kits, 3,500 hard hats, and a thousand-gallon box of dishrags.
The laryngoscopes are obtainable with drainage canals, but for most purposes the independent aspirating tube shown above is more satisfactory.
Dr. Aqil explains that the hospital is short on painkillers such as Tramadol, and needs more laryngoscopes that are used to open the airway to administer drugs via the throat.
Its major product lines include sphygmomanometers, E.N.T. and ophthalmic instruments, stethoscopes, laryngoscopes and examination lamps.
All the laryngoscopes are preferred without drainage canals.] [FIG.
As a result surgeons have had to use laryngoscopes and torches to operate, "the doctor told the