[Frequency and severity of throat complaints following general anesthesia with the insertion of various endotracheal tubes].

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Laryngeal and pharyngeal complaints following general anaesthesia are well-known problems. The frequency, extent, and intensity reported in several studies are at variance. Such transient postoperative problems should not be considered equivalent to traumatic airway injuries caused by endotracheal intubation. A decrease in the incidence of slight airway… (More)

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@article{Lipp1988FrequencyAS, title={[Frequency and severity of throat complaints following general anesthesia with the insertion of various endotracheal tubes].}, author={Moritz Lipp and Linda J Brandt and Monika Daublaender and Raja Peter and L B{\"a}rz}, journal={Der Anaesthesist}, year={1988}, volume={37 12}, pages={758-66} }