Fiberoptic oral intubation with flexible fiberoptic endoscope is a useful technique for establishing an airway in patients with abnormal upper airway anatomy, cervical immobilization, or awake intubations with preservation of the patient’s respiratory drive to when it is desirable to maintain spontaneously breathing during the intubation. Unlike endoscope or blind nasotracheal intubations, an oral approach can be more challenging because the scope must make a sharp turn in the posterior oropharynx before entering the hypopharynx. During nas