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

Letter to the Editor regarding “Comparison of the intubation success rate between the intubating catheter and videolaryngoscope in difficult airways: a prospective randomized trial.” Braz J Anesthesiol. 2022;72(1):55-62

Matthew D. Muller

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3. JA Bradley, RD Urman, D. Yao Challenging the traditional definition of a difficult intubation: what is difficult? Anesth Analg, 128 (2019), pp. 584-586

4. A Ozdemirkan, O Onal, IG Ozcan, et al. Comparison of the intubation success rate between the intubating catheter and videolaryngoscope in difficult airways: a prospective randomized trial Braz J Anesthesiol, 72 (2022), pp. 55-62

5. GR de Oliveira Filho The construction of learning curves for basic skills in anesthetic procedures: an application for the cumulative sum method Anesth Analg, 95 (2002), pp. 411-416 table of contents


Submitted date:
01/24/2023

Accepted date:
02/26/2023

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