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Breathing or ventilation via a mouth mask for rhinoplasty operations in the early postanaesthetic period

  • H. Erbay (a1), C. O. Kara (a1), I. G. Kara (a1) and E. Tomatir (a1)

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Correspondence to: Hakan Erbay, Siteler Mah, Barbaros Cad. 6249 Sok., Bahcelievler Sitesi, No. A1–3, 20070, Denizli, Turkey. E-mail: rherbay@pamukkale.edu.tr; Tel: +90 258 241 00 34; Fax: +90 258 241 00 40

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Nagaro T, Hamami G, Takasaki Y, Arai T. Ventilation via a mouth mask facilitates fiberoptic nasal tracheal intubation in anesthetized patients. Anesthesiology 1993; 78: 603604.
Arai T, Nagaro T, Namba S, et al. Mouth mask method for fiberoptic tracheal intubation in difficult intubations. Masui 1996; 45: 244248.
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Breathing or ventilation via a mouth mask for rhinoplasty operations in the early postanaesthetic period

  • H. Erbay (a1), C. O. Kara (a1), I. G. Kara (a1) and E. Tomatir (a1)

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