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A Study Between the Laryngeal Tube Suction-Disposable and the Ambu AuraGain in Pediatric Patients

The study compared the Laryngeal Tube Suction Disposable (LTS-D) with the Disposable Laryngeal Mask Ambu® AuraGain™ (DLMA AG) during general anesthesia in pediatric patients. The investigators hypothesized that the LTSD and the DLMA AG performed similarly during mechanical ventilation despite differences in their structural design.


The New Laryngeal Tube Suction-Disposable for Childrens

The Laryngeal Tube Suction Disposable( LTS-D) has recently undergone considerable structural changes in design. As these changes may influence the performance of the LTS-D relative to the old LTS-D version the investigator decided to check the new LTS-D in the pediatric version The investigator hypothesized that the LTS-D perform clinically well during general anesthesia with controlled ventilation.

A Comparison of Ambu® AuraGain™ Laryngeal Mask Airway and I-gel in Adult

The supraglottic airway device(SAD), as an alternative to the endotracheal tube is inserted into the oral cavity and seals the upper esophagus and the surrounding tissue, effectively securing airway. SAD has evolved in recent years to increase efficiency and secure safety. The recently developed Ambu® AuraGain™ is a second-generation SAD with a built-in gastric port and is designed to be fitted well in the larynx and oral cavity after insertion because the shaft is bent at a...


Ambu AuraOnce Versus Ambu AuraGain LM in Children

The investigators test the hypothesis that oropharyngeal leak pressure and fiberoptic position differ between the size 2 LM Ambu AuraOnce and the LM Ambu AuraGain in non-paralyzed anaesthetized pediatric patients.

Comparing Between Air-Q Intubating Laryngeal Airway and Ambu® AuraGain™

The aim of this randomized study is conducted is to evaluate the performance and safety of air-Q intubating laryngeal airway as primary airway device in various short surgical procedure in children compared to Ambu® AuraGain™ Laryngeal Mask. Current Supraglottic airway devices (SADs) available in are classic LMA (cLMA), proseal LMA (pLMA), supreme LMA (sLMA) and the newer is Ambu® AuraGain™laryngeal mask. As variety of newer SADs for children have emerged since their intr...

RCT:Oropharyngeal Leak Pressure (OLP) - Ambu AuraGain vs LMA Supreme

The purpose of this study is to determine whether the leak pressure of the recently introduced laryngeal mask airway, Ambu AuraGain performs superior to the established laryngeal mask LMA Supreme in surgical patients undergoing general anesthesia. This leak pressure is the pressure at which a gas leaks around the airway, which is a key marker of efficacy and safety of its use; a higher leak pressure suggests a better seal between the artificial airway and patient's airway.

AuraGain and iGel Crossover Comparison

This study will look at key performance indicators of 2 supraglottic airway devices in anaesthetised adults in a crossover manner.

Ambu®AuraGain™ Versus I-gel® in Obese Patients

The aim of this study is the randomized comparison of two laryngeal mask (Intersurgical i-gel® and Ambu®AuraGain™) in obese patients

A Comparison of the Ambu®AuraGain™ and the Laryngeal Mask Airway Supreme™ in Normal Airway Patients

The study is designed to compare the performance of the Ambu AuraGain Laryngeal Mask Airway and LMA Supreme in normal airway patients.

Comparative Evaluation of Ambu AuraGain Laryngeal Mask and Proseal Laryngeal Mask Airway

Comparison of two different supraglottic airway devices i.e., the ProSeal Laryngeal Mask Airway (PLMA) and Ambu AuraGain, a third generation laryngeal mask Airway.

Effect of the Neck Extension on Blind Intubation Via Ambu® AuraGain™

In a previous study, NCT03147469, the investigators found that the vocal cords were more easily visualized by fiberoptic bronchoscopy with neck extension positioning. On the basis of this finding, the investigators are going to conduct a randomized controlled trial to evaluate the effect of neck extension on the success rate of blind intubation through laryngeal mask. Participants undergoing general anesthesia will be randomly assigned to group E (with neck extension) or...

Ambu AuraGain vs LMA Supreme in Laparoscopic Surgery

The aim of the study is to compare the performance of two supraglottic devices, the new Ambu AuraGain and the LMA Supreme, in sixty female patients undergoing gynaecologic laparoscopy in the Trendelemburg position. Primary outcome is the airway seal pressure. Secondary outcomes are ease of insertion, quality of ventilation, endoscopic view of the glottis, gastric tube passage and complications.

I-gel vs Ambu AuraGain in Laparoscopic Gynecological Surgery

To compare the effects of i-gel and Ambu AuraGain on ventilation parameters and surgical view during Trendelenburg position laparoscopic gynecological surgery in cases administered positive pressure ventilation without the use of neuromuscular agents.

Comparison of ProSeal Laryngeal Mask Airway, LTS-D and I-gel in Mechanically Ventilated Patients

The Aim of the study is to compare the clinical performance of p-LMA, i-gel and LTS-D in terms of the efficacy and safety in anaesthetized patient on Mechanical ventilation undergoing elective surgical procedure.

ClinicaI Observation of Induced Abortion With Disposable Tissue Suction Tube

The purpose of this study is to explore the clinical effect of disposable tissue suction tube set for induced abortion and make comparison with traditional metal instruments.

Observational Study With Investigation of Two Second Generation Laryngeal Masks

In a observational study we investigated the second-generation laryngeal masks LMA Supreme and Ambu AuraGain.

The Influence of Head and Neck Position on Performance of Ambu AuraGain™

The influence of different head and neck positions on the effectiveness of ventilation with the Ambu AuraGain airway remains unevaluated. This study aimed to evaluate the influence of different head and neck positions on ventilation with the AuraGain airway. AuraGain will be placed in all patients, and mechanical ventilation will be performed using a volume-controlled mode with a tidal volume of 10 ml/kg. The expiratory tidal volume, peak inspiratory pressure, orophary...

Crossover Study of the LMA Protector Versus Ambu AuraGain

The LMA ProtectorTM is a new extraglottic airway device which brings together features of both the LMA ProSealTM (high seal cuff, gastric access and bite block - to facilitate ventilation, airway protection and airway obstruction, respectively) and the LMA UniqueTM (single use - prevention of disease transmission). In the following randomized, crossover study, the investigators test the hypothesis that ease of insertion, oropharyngeal leak pressure, fiberoptic position and ease...

I-Gel vs Ambu Laryngeal Mask Airways in Infants and Children Undergoing Surgical Procedures

This study will guide the anesthetists regarding the appropriate selection of the LMA in neonatal age group based on scientific basis. This study will add up to existing literature about the safety of LMA usage in neonates and infants. Furthermore it may shed some light on which LMA type will be more feasible and effective for neonatal/ infants usage.

Prospective Comparison of Oral Intubation Via - Ambu® Aura Gain™ vs Slotted Guedel Tubus

The study has to show that an intubation with the AuraGain Laryngeal mask could bring the same benefits in terms of intubation in clinical practice, as the slotted Guedel tubus.

Potential Risk for Bacterial Contamination in Ventilator Systems

Background: Few studies have investigated the difference of bacterial contamination between conventional reused ventilator systems and disposable closed ventilator-suction systems. The aim of this study was to investigate the bacterial contamination rates of the reused and disposable ventilation systems, and the association between system disconnection and bacterial contamination of ventilator systems. Methods: The enrolled patients used a conventional reused ventilator system...

Comparison of iLTS-D® and ILMA® for Intubation With Fiberoptic Control

The primary purpose of this study is to compare with a non-inferiority randomised study the new laryngeal tube (Intubating Laryngeal Tube Single-Disposable - iLTS-D) to the well-established Intubating Larygeal Mask Airway (ILMA/ Fastrach) for the success rate and time for intubation under fiberoptic control. Secondary purposes are success rates and times for ventilation for both devices and finally success rate of gastric tube placement.

Does Transesophageal Echocardiography Along With an Orogastric Tube Improve the Image Quality Intraoperatively?

Image quality of intraoperative transesophageal echocardiography (TEE) tends to get worse during long hours of operations. An orogastric tube (OGT) is often inserted in the beginning of the case, and left there for intermittent suction as needed, or removed before TEE exam to prevent echoic artifacts. However, if left there, the effect of suction might be limited due to unreliable tip position of the OG tube. If removed, stomach will be distended again. We devised the OG tube a...

A Comparison of the VBM Intubating Laryngeal Tube and the I-Gel

A study comparing two second generation supraglottic Airway devices, the VBM intubating laryngeal tube and the I-Gel.

Ambu® Aura-ITM Versus Ambu Aura GainTM for Fiberoptic Intubation in Children

The investigators test the hypothesis that fiberoptic intubation (time and success rate) differ between the Ambu® Aura-ITM and Ambu Aura GainTM in paralyzed anaesthetized pediatric patients


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