Use of the laryngeal tube as a dedicated airway during tracheal intubation.

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@article{Cook2003UseOT, title={Use of the laryngeal tube as a dedicated airway during tracheal intubation.}, author={Tim M. Cook and Robert William Hardy and C Steven McKinstry and Steven J. Twigg}, journal={British journal of anaesthesia}, year={2003}, volume={90 3}, pages={397-9; author reply 397-9} }