The modified laryngeal mask airway: four head and neck procedures in two children with mild subglottic stenosis.


The laryngeal mask airway (LMA) was first described in 1983, and has since been used for administration of general anesthesia, resuscitation and as an aid to bronchoscopy or intubation. When used for anesthesia, the LMA has the advantage of lessening potential subglottic injury as compared to an endotracheal tube. Children with mild subglottic stenosis… (More)


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