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The way your bougie should be shaped when using it with the Glidescope.
Canadian Journal of Anaestha. 2007 Nov. 54(11) 891-6
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Trick for handling Laryngospasm:
Laryngeal notch pressure: Firm pressure to the notch behind the earlobe, bounded by the mastoid process, base of the skull and condyle of the mandible. Pressure on the both sides in a cephalad and medial direction can terminate laryngospasm. The jaw should move anteriorly. Mechanism unkown.
larson C. Anesthesiology. 1998 Nov, (5): 1293-4
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