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Current Issue

September-December 2020| Vol 3| Issue 3

Editorial

Managing the difficult paediatric airway: The conjuror's bag of tricks

This issue of Airway has a number of articles related to difficult airway in children. Observing laryngeal views in children under the age of 2 years with the paraglossal and midline approaches usin...


Review Article

Airway effects of anaesthetics and anaesthetic adjuncts: What's new on the horizon?

The use of drugs for airway control has its beginnings in medical anaesthesia. Since then, the 'airway effects' of pharmacological agents have sometimes been a matter of concern, while at ot...


Special Article

A magical journey into knowledge creation in emergency difficult airway access – Defining the destination, reserving your seats on the magic carpet

The aim of this article is to ignite the minds of readers and empower them to create new knowledge in relation to 'emergency difficult airway access'. It starts with a structured description...


Original Article

Midline versus paraglossal laryngoscopic approach using the Miller blade in small children: A randomised, controlled, cross-over study

Background: Airway management in children is different from that of adults and needs special consideration. Laryngoscopy in children with the Miller straight blade can be performed via midlin...


Original Article

Evaluation of successful insertion of cobra-perilaryngeal airway and laryngeal mask airway supreme by novice anaesthesiologists: Experience from a teaching institute

Background and Aim: Because of its simplicity of insertion, supraglottic airway (SGA) plays an important role in airway management. This study was planned to compare success rat...


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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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