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Are the King LTS Laryngeal Tube and the Ambu AuraOnce Laryngeal Mask Useful Airway Adjuncts for Military Medics?

Airway management is a critical skill that may be essential in the battlefield. The aim of this study was to determine if combat life savers and medics with no or limited clinical experience could provide airway control using the disposable laryngeal suction tube (LTS-D) and the Ambu® AuraOnce ™ disposable laryngeal mask (LMA).


Performance of Air Seal of Flexible Reinforced Laryngeal Mask Airway in Thyroid Surgery Compared With Endotracheal Tube: A Randomized Controlled Trial.

Flexible reinforced laryngeal mask airway (FLMA®) has gained popularity in thyroid surgery, but air leak and displacement are still concerns.

Safety Comparison of Laryngeal Mask Use With Endotracheal Intubation in Patients Undergoing Dacryocystorhinostomy Surgery.

This study will determine the safety of laryngeal mask airway (LMA) compared with endotracheal tube (ETT) in patients undergoing general anesthesia for dacryocystorhinostomy (DCR) surgery.


Introduction of laryngeal mask airway in Japan, and its rescue use for newborns.

In neonatal resuscitation, laryngeal mask airway (LMA) is recommended when both face mask ventilation and endotracheal intubation fail. However, experience of LMA among obstetricians, nurses and midwives in Japan is limited. The aims of the present study were to (i) offer an LMA training course to professionals dealing with low-risk pregnancies at institutions across Japan, and (ii) assess the subsequent use and value of LMA at the participating institutions.

Human laryngeal sensory receptor mapping illuminates the mechanisms of laryngeal adductor reflex control.

The laryngeal adductor reflex (LAR) is an airway protective response triggered by sensory laryngeal receptors. It is unknown whether different glottic and supraglottic subsites vary in their reflex elicitation abilities. The recent discovery that a bilateral LAR is present in humans under general anesthesia upon laryngeal mucosal stimulation has enabled us to map the sensory receptor density for LAR elicitation at different laryngeal subsites. Our findings expose the likely mechanisms of LAR control.

Noninvasive, tube-based, continuous vagal nerve monitoring using the laryngeal adductor reflex: Feasibility study of 134 nerves at risk.

Continuous vagal intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM) currently requires placement of a vagal nerve electrode. Herein, we present data from 100 patients (134 nerves-at-risk) monitored continuously during neck endocrine surgeries using a noninvasive, new methodology that solely utilizes endotracheal tube electrodes to simultaneously stimulate laryngeal mucosa and record a laryngeal adductor reflex continuous IONM (LAR-C-IONM) response.

Laryngeal traumas in children caused by trampoline accidents.

Laryngeal trauma is rare in children due to the anatomical placement and the trauma mechanisms required for injury. Recently the trampoline has become frequent in Danish households leading to more high-energy laryngeal traumas. This case report is about two incidents occurring within a year. The first patient had a laryngeal fracture despite minimum objective findings. The second patient had a compromised airway and needed acute intubation, although she only presented with light hoarseness. We strive to und...

Antiproliferative potential of miR-33a in laryngeal cancer Hep-2 cells via targeting PIM1.

Laryngeal cancer is a frequent cause of cancer-associated mortality worldwide with an overall poor prognosis along with high mortality rates. Therefore, comprehensive investigation of underlying molecular mechanisms of laryngeal carcinogenesis remains an important problem.

Non-recurrent laryngeal nerve in thyroid surgery: A report of case series in Vietnam and literature review.

The non-recurrent laryngeal nerve (NRLN), which is found in 0.25-0.99 of the patients who undergo thyroid surgery, is a rare embryologically-derived variant of the recurrent laryngeal nerve (RLN). Identification and prevention of injury to the laryngeal nerve is one of the main issues in thyroid surgery; thus, thyroid surgeons should have adequate knowledge of all anatomical variations of the RLN.

Recurrent laryngeal nerve monitoring with a modified laryngeal surface electrode in a 19-month-old child.

Fiberoptic intubation of severely obese patients through supraglottic airway: A prospective, randomized trial of the Ambu AuraGain™ laryngeal mask vs the i-gel™ airway.

Airway management in severely obese patients remains a challenging issue for anaesthetists and may lead to life-threatening situations. Supraglottic airway devices, such as the i-gel™ or the AuraGain™, were developed, with the possibility to ventilate the patient or use them as a conduit for endotracheal intubation.

Effects of Submental Surface Electrical Stimulation on Swallowing Kinematics in Healthy Adults: An Error-Based Learning Paradigm.

Hyoid bone and laryngeal approximation aid airway protection (laryngeal vestibule closure) while moving toward their peak superior and anterior positions during swallowing. Submental surface electrical stimulation (SES) is a therapeutic technique that targets the muscles that move the hyoid bone during swallowing. It is unknown whether submental SES only increases peak hyoid bone swallowing positions but not peak laryngeal swallowing positions, which could require faster or greater laryngeal movement to ach...

Spontaneous Giant Laryngeal Granuloma in the Absence of Laryngeal Injury.

The etiology of laryngeal granuloma can typically be attributed to endotracheal intubation, vocal abuse, or gastroesophageal reflux disease. There is a strong male predominance, except in cases due to intubation, where incidence is higher in women. We report a case of spontaneous development of multiple granulomas in a female with no history of intubation who presented with hoarseness and massive bilateral supraglottic masses obscuring her glottis. The disparity between the massive lesions and asymptomatic ...

Quantification and Analysis of Laryngeal Closure from Endoscopic Videos.

At present, there are no objective techniques to quantify and describe laryngeal obstruction, and the reproducibility of subjective manual quantification methods is insufficient, resulting in diagnostic inaccuracy and a poor signal-to-noise ratio in medical research. In this work, a workflow is proposed to quantify laryngeal movements from laryngoscopic videos, to facilitate the diagnosis procedure.

Alterations in oxidative stress markers in laryngeal carcinoma patients.

Data describing how laryngeal cancer affects oxidative stress markers and antioxidants are limited. This study investigated serum antioxidant enzyme activities and oxidative stress markers before and after laryngectomies in patients with laryngeal cancer.

Ambu® Aura Gain™ versus Ambu® Aura Once™ in children: a randomized, crossover study assessing oropharyngeal leak pressure and fibreoptic position.

The Ambu® Aura Gain™ is a new second-generation supraglottic airway device that-because of a wider curvature and a wide airway tube-allows fibreoptic intubation. The purpose of this study was to assess the oropharyngeal leak pressure of the Ambu® Aura GainTM compared with the Ambu® Aura Once™.

Outcomes and swallowing evaluations after injection laryngoplasty for type I laryngeal cleft: Does age matter?

To improve the recognition of differences in presentation amongst patients with type 1 laryngeal clefts of various ages and better understand the age dependent outcomes of injection laryngoplasty. A second aim was to analyze the discrepancies between swallow assessment modalities in various age groups with type I laryngeal clefts undergoing injection laryngoplasty.

Retraction notice for: "Comparison of Arndt-endobronchial blocker plus laryngeal mask airway with left-sided double-lumen endobronchial tube in one-lung ventilation in thoracic surgery in the morbidly obese" Braz J Med Biol Res (2018) 51(2): e6825.

[This retracts the article doi: 10.1590/1414-431X20176825].

The significance of lymphocyte to monocyte ratio in peripheral blood of patients with benign and malignant laryngeal lesions.

The aim of this study is to investigate the value of preoperative peripheral blood lymphocyte to monocyte ratio (LMR) in differentiating laryngeal squamous cell carcinoma (LSCC), laryngeal precancerous lesions (LPL) and laryngeal benign lesions (LBL). Four hundred and five cases of laryngeal lesions diagnosed by pathology (154 cases of LSCC, 83 cases of LPL and 168 cases of LBL) were collected. LSCC group was further divided into T1 group, T2 group and T3-4 group based on T stage. The levels of neutrophils,...

Intraoperative intermittent neuromonitoring of inferior laryngeal nerve and staged thyroidectomy: our experience.

To evaluate the reliability of intermittent intraoperative neuromonitoring (I-IONM) through recurrent laryngeal nerve (RLN) stimulation and laryngeal palpation in predicting postoperative vocal cord palsy and to examine the reliability of this technique in providing useful information in the decision to perform a staged surgery in initially planned total thyroidectomy.

Anatomical Course of the Thyroarytenoid Branch of the Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve.

To determine the position and anatomic variability of the thyroarytenoid (TA) branch of the recurrent laryngeal nerve (RLN) in an Indian population. This study is specifically targeted to aid in identifying the nerve for reinnervation procedures for unilateral and bilateral vocal fold paralysis, as well as denervation surgeries such as TA myoneurectomy and Selective Laryngeal Adductor Denervation and Reinnervation (SLAD-R) for adductor spasmodic dysphonia.

The intubating laryngeal tube (iLTS-D) for blind intubation in superobese patients.

Gastroesophageal and Laryngopharyngeal Reflux Associated with Laryngeal Malignancy: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.

Gastric reflux could lead to chronic mucosal inflammation and contribute to development of laryngeal malignancies, although there is controversy over this association. We performed a systematic review and meta-analysis to assess this relationship and determine risk of laryngeal malignancy in patients with reflux disease.

Clinical Characteristics and Management of Saccular Cysts: A Single Institute Experience.

A saccular cyst is defined as a dilated saccule of the larynx, filled with mucus, and is located between the false vocal cords and the thyroid cartilage. Although this uncommon laryngeal condition is benign in nature, it could lead to dyspnea, stridor, and airway obstruction, depending on its size and location. Furthermore, some saccular cysts have been associated with laryngeal carcinoma. This study aimed to characterize this rather uncommon laryngeal condition to aid in determining the proper management o...

Pathological classification of equine recurrent laryngeal neuropathy.

Recurrent Laryngeal Neuropathy (RLN) is a highly prevalent and predominantly left-sided, degenerative disorder of the recurrent laryngeal nerves (RLn) of tall horses, that causes inspiratory stridor at exercise because of intrinsic laryngeal muscle paresis. The associated laryngeal dysfunction and exercise intolerance in athletic horses commonly leads to surgical intervention, retirement or euthanasia with associated financial and welfare implications. Despite speculation, there is a lack of consensus and c...


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