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Advancing the endotracheal tube smoothly when using the GlideScope®

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    Cho JE, Kil HK. A maneuver to facilitate endotracheal intubation using the GlideScope (Letter). Can J Anesth 2008; 55: 56–7.

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    Cho JE, Kil HK. A maneuver to facilitate endotracheal intubation using the GlideScope (Letter). Can J Anesth 2008; 55: 56–7.

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    Jones PM, Turkstra TP, Armstrong KP, et al. Effect of stylet angulation and endotracheal tube camber on time to intubation with the GlideScope®. Can J Anesth 2007; 54: 21–7.

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    Turkstra TP, Harle CC, Armstrong KP, et al. The GlideScope?-specific rigid stylet and standard malleable stylet are equally effective for GlideScope® use. Can J Anesth 2007; 54: 891–6.

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Correspondence to Steven M. Neustein MD.

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Neustein, S.M., Cho, J.E. & Kil, H.K. Advancing the endotracheal tube smoothly when using the GlideScope®. Can J Anesth 55, 314 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03017214

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Keywords

  • Endotracheal Tube
  • Endotracheal Intubation
  • Laryngeal Mask Airway
  • Bite Block
  • Small Mouth