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A multicentre prospective cohort study of the accuracy of conventional landmark technique for cricoid localisation using ultrasound scanning.
Cricoid pressure is employed during rapid sequence induction to reduce the risk of pulmonary aspiration. Correct application of cricoid pressure depends on knowledge of neck anatomy and precise identification of surface ...
Beyond the fear of tetanus
While quoted as 'man's best friend', a commensal found commonly in the oral cavity of dogs can cause fulminant sepsis in humans. Although Clostridium tetani is prominent, few may know about Capnocytophaga carnimorsus. We ...