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September-December 2021| Vol 4| Issue 3

Editorial

My journey with the All India Difficult Airway Association

'Life is a journey not a destination' -Ralph Waldo Emerson The words of the famous poet Waldo echo in my head as I remember my journey with the All India Difficult Airway Association (AIDA...


Review Article

Paediatric airway: Challenges for the anaesthesiologist

The paediatric airway has always been a challenge to both the novice and the experienced airway manager. In this review, we have addressed the challenges of a paediatric airway, especially for the o...


Special Article

A magical journey into knowledge creation in emergency difficult airway access: Reaching out to the masses, changing the world for all time

This article concludes a four-article series intended to ignite the minds of readers and empower them to create new knowledge in the context of 'emergency difficult airway access.' The first...


Special Article

Tips and tricks to improve videolaryngoscopy skills

Videolaryngoscopes (VLSs) are a promising addition to the difficult airway management armamentarium. These devices utilise video-camera technology to visualise airway structures on a monitor and fac...


Original Article

Comparison between McGrath and Macintosh laryngoscopes as an educational tool for successful intubation by novice airway managers: A randomised cross-over manikin-based trial

Background: The Macintosh (MAC) laryngoscope has been the gold standard for teaching intubation till date. This manikin-based study was conducted to determine whether McGrath ...


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Airway, a publication of All India Difficult Airway Association, is a peer-reviewed print + online 3 Issues journal.

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