Maria Dickinson

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Nurses without prior experience in the use of the laryngeal mask airway (LMA) were randomly allocated to one of two groups to be trained in the emergency technique of insertion of an LMA. Group A (32 nurses) were trained only on a manikin and group B (20 nurses) were trained on a manikin and with live anaesthetised patient practice in theatre (five(More)
BACKGROUND Systematic evidence about how the public and users perceive and experience the quality of general dental care is in short supply, particularly in light of the recent changes in the general dental service. The study reported here attempted to fill this gap. OBJECTIVES To identify the criteria the public and users adopt in evaluating the quality(More)
It has been suggested that the laryngeal mask has a role to play in the management of the airway during resuscitation both from cardiac arrest and possibly major trauma. Should it be introduced for this purpose, there will be a need to provide training for a very large number of paramedical staff. Currently training in advanced airway management techniques(More)
Background—Systematic evidence about how the public and users perceive and experience the quality of general dental care is in short supply, particularly in light of the recent changes in the general dental service. The study reported here attempted to fill this gap. Objectives—To identify the criteria the public and users adopt in evaluating the quality of(More)
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