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1. A. Hemoptysis
B. Wheeze and stridor; suspected upper airway obstruction
C. Unexplained lung collapse
D. Pulmonary infiltrate of unknown cause
E. Suspected or known bronchogenic carcinoma 

2. Absolute Contraindications
A. Uncorrectable hypoxemia
B. Lack of patient cooperation
C. Lack of skilled personnel
Relative Contraindications
A. Unexplained or severe hypercapnia
B. Uncontrolled asthma attack 
C. Lack of patient cooperation 

3. The goal of sedation is to improve the patient’s comfort during the procedure.  

4. It is one of the most commonly used methods to identify individuals who may pose difficulty during intubation. It is assessed by having the patient open his or her mount and protrude the tongue as much as possible without phonation. It should be assessed in every spontaneously breathing patient before flexible bronchoscopy.  

5. A. O2 saturation 
B. Heart Rate
C. Capnography

 

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