How to avoid the Aintree Intubation Catheter getting stuck inside the LMA

Holldack, H J
May 2016
Anaesthesia & Intensive Care;May2016, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p428
Academic Journal
A letter to the editor in response to the article "Failure of intubation with Aintree intubation catheter via Size 3 Unique LMA" by N. Purcell and K. S. Lim in the previous issue is presented.


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