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Update on the Use of the Laryngeal Mask

  • F. Agrò
  • M. Carassiti
  • L. Marchionni
  • R. Cataldo
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Abstract

Since 1992 up to the beginning of 1997 international literature about LMA has widely spread, counting over 480 publications. As far as its use is concerned, we can say that while some points have been clarified - being most accredited Authors in accordance - other particular ones are still being discussed [1]. Particularly, prospective randomized studies proved that LMA was better than endotracheal tube and facial mask on many situations concerning airway control (Tables 1, 2, 3).

Keywords

Laryngeal Mask Airway Difficult Intubation Awaken Patient Esophageal Intubation Airway Control 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • F. Agrò
  • M. Carassiti
  • L. Marchionni
  • R. Cataldo

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