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Laryngeal mask airway is associated with an increased incidence of adverse respiratory events in children with recent upper respiratory tract infections

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von Ungern-Sternberg, Britta S
Boda, Krisztina
Schwab, Craig
Sims, Craig
Johnson, Chris
Published in Anesthesiology. 2007, vol. 107, no. 5, p. 714-9
Abstract The laryngeal mask airway (LMA) has been advocated as an alternative technique to tracheal intubation for airway management of children with recent upper respiratory tract infections (URIs). The authors determined the occurrence of adverse respiratory events and identified the associated risk factors to assess the safety of LMA in children.
Keywords Anesthesia, General/methodsAustralia/epidemiologyChildChild, PreschoolComorbidityCough/epidemiologyFemaleHumansIncidenceLaryngeal Masks/adverse effects/statistics & numerical dataLaryngismus/epidemiologyMaleOdds RatioProspective StudiesQuestionnairesRespiration Disorders/epidemiologyRespiratory Tract Infections/epidemiologyRisk Factors
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PMID: 18073545
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VON UNGERN-STERNBERG, Britta S et al. Laryngeal mask airway is associated with an increased incidence of adverse respiratory events in children with recent upper respiratory tract infections. In: Anesthesiology, 2007, vol. 107, n° 5, p. 714-9. https://archive-ouverte.unige.ch/unige:44342

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