Indirect videolaryngoscopy using Macintosh blades in patients with non-anticipated difficult airways results in significantly lower forces exerted on teeth relative to classic direct laryngoscopy: A randomized crossover trial

B. Pieters, R. Maassen, E van Eig, B. Maathuis, J. Van Den Dobbelsteen, A.A.J. van Zundert

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