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Routine use of laryngeal mask airway for cesarean section: Is it time to reconsider?
Oct 1, 2016
The unique physiology of airway in pregnancy and labor including increased intra-abdominal pressure, delayed gastric emptying, and reduced lower esophageal sphincter pressure effectively amounting to a full stomach imparts a strong risk of regurgitation and aspiration during general anesthesia, when administered for a cesarean section...
Routine use of laryngeal mask airway for cesarean section: Is it time to reconsider? Trikha A, Baidya DK - J Obstet Anaesth Crit Care
J Obstet Anaesth Crit Care, Official publication of Association of Obstetric Anaesthesiologists,India