Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology
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Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology
Letter to the Editor

Can intraoral mask be a safe alternative for COVID-19 patients?

Betül Güven Aytaç, Ismail Aytaç

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2 U. Nimmagadda, M.R. Salem, D. Voronov, et al. The NuMask® is as Effective as the Face Mask in Achieving Maximal Preoxygentation Middle East J Anaesthesiol, 23 (2016), p. 605

3 A.J. Amack, G.A. Barber, P.C. Ng, et al. Comparison of ventilation with one-handed mask seal with an intraoral mask versus conventional cuffed face mask in a cadaver model: a randomized crossover trial Ann Emerg Med, 69 (2017), pp. 12-17

4 B. McCrory, B.R. Lowndes, D.L. Thompson, et al. Workload comparison of intraoral mask to standard mask ventilation using a cadaver model Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society Annual Meeting, SAGE Publications Sage CA, Los Angeles, CA (2012)

5 G. Pillar, A. Segev, E. Kurtz The SomnuSeal oral mask is reasonably tolerated by otherwise CPAP non compliant patients with OSA Sleep, 35 (2012), p. A164

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