Cervical spine motion during airway management: a cinefluoroscopic study of the posteriorly destabilized third cervical vertebrae in human cadavers.

@article{Brimacombe2000CervicalSM,
  title={Cervical spine motion during airway management: a cinefluoroscopic study of the posteriorly destabilized third cervical vertebrae in human cadavers.},
  author={Joseph R Brimacombe and Christian Keller and K. H. K{\"u}nzel and O. Gaber and Michael Boehler and Fritz P{\"u}hringer},
  journal={Anesthesia and analgesia},
  year={2000},
  volume={91 5},
  pages={1274-8}
}
UNLABELLED We conducted a randomized, controlled, crossover study to determine cervical spine motion for six airway management techniques in human cadavers with a posteriorly destabilized third cervical (C-3) vertebra. A destabilized C-3 segment was created in 10 cadavers (6-24 h postmortem). Cervical motion was recorded by continuous lateral fluoroscopy. The following airway management techniques were performed in random order on each cadaver with manual in-line stabilization applied: face… CONTINUE READING
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